Vizio has today launched upgraded M-, V- and D-series 4K LCD TVs, referred to as the 2023 line-up. The 50-inch MQX is Vizio's first to support 240Hz but only at 1080p.
Vizio's new M-Series Quantum X, or MQX, is a range of 4K LCD TVs with FALD (up to 32 dimming zones and 1000 nits peak brightness) that are available in three sizes ranging from 50 to 75 inches. The TVs will compete with "QLED" models from Samsung, Sony's 90-series and similar TVs.
"Our 2023 TV collection delivers exceptional picture quality, powerful processing, and enhanced video performance, and is built for next-generation gaming and streaming. When paired with one of our sound bars, we can give audiences the look and sound of the ultimate home entertainment at a truly outstanding value," said John Schindler, VP of Product Management, Vizio.
The MQX models feature Dolby Vision, HDR10+, AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, HDMI VRR, G-Sync Compatible, and other gaming features including Vizio's new gaming menu for quick access to settings. Only one of the four HDMI ports support HDMI 2.1's 4K120.
Vizio's new M-Series Quantum X (MQX). Photo: Vizio
Vizio's first 240Hz TVThe 50-inch MQX will for the first time support 240Hz input from a PC, but it is limited to 1080p, while 4K is supported up to 120Hz. The 65 and 75-inch models support maximum 120Hz. Prices start at $630.
In addition, Vizio is launching a more affordable M-Series Quantum 6, or MQ6, with 60Hz 4K LCD panels in 43 to 75 inches as well as new entry-level V-Series and D-Series models with 4K and 1080p resolution, respectively.
Vizio's Smart TV platform, SmartCast. Photo: Vizio
SmartCast with Apple, Google featuresThe TVs are powered by Vizio's own SmartCast platform and still feature support for Amazon Alexa, Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit as well as Google Assistant and Chromecast.
They come with built-in WiFi 6E.
- "Included on every new TV, VIZIO’s award-winning Smart TV offers more than 250 free channels and over 5,000 on demand movies and shows through VIZIO’s WatchFree+ streaming service. VIZIO also provides home screen access to fan-favorite streaming apps like Apple TV, discovery+, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, Netflix, Peacock, Prime Video, YouTube TV. New to the streaming services roster are Amazon Music, FuboTV, Sling, and TikTok," the company said.
Vizio did not announce new versions of its P-series LCD models and H-series OLED model. These will continue to be available in 2022.
Vizio's new M-, V- and D-series will be available starting in July. Check the table for specifications and pricing.
Vizio 2023 TV models – specifications & prices