Technology Vizio's OLED TVs are coming this fall starting at $1,300

15:41  30 june  2020
15:41  30 june  2020 Source:   cnet.com

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Vizio has added an OLED set to its affordable premium TV lineup, and it looks amazing. Vizio is shaking things up with a new offering: The Vizio OLED TV . We ' re in Vegas for CES, and got an Announced the day before the press-conference-filled Media Day before the show starts , this may be

Now that we know what TVs are coming in 2020, we can predict which models will be the best. Here' s a rundown on what I'm most excited for, from mini- LED to OLED and more.

After years of manufacturing LCD-based TVs, Vizio is set to sell its first OLED televisions in fall of this year. They'll come in 55- and 65-inch sizes priced at a very reasonable $1,300 and $2,000, respectively. That makes them the least-expensive 2020 OLED TVs announced so far, beating the current prices of LG's 2020 BX series by $200 in both sizes.

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TVs that use organic light-emitting diode displays deliver the best picture quality available and generally cost a lot more than LCD screens. CNET's Editors' Choice OLED model for 2019, the B9 series, currently sells for $1,900 at the 65-inch size, while Vizio's best 2020 LCD TV, the P-Series Quantum X, costs $1,500 for the 65-incher.

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We got up close and personal with VIZIO at CES 2020 where it announced its first ever OLED TV alongside a range of improvements to the rest of the TV lineup

Vizio will compete against established OLED names LG and Sony , as well as newcomers Konka and Skyworth, which both also announced OLED TVs for the US at CES 2020. Vizio sells more TVs than any of those brands, however -- its market share is No. 3 in the US after Samsung and TCL, neither of which sell OLED TVs (yet). Vizio has a reputation for both cheap TVs and, at the higher end, models that deliver excellent picture quality for the money, like the 2019 M-Series and P-Series Quantum X. In any case Vizio's entry into the OLED game, and the inevitable competition between it and LG, is a very good thing for high-end TV buyers.

Like the 2020 LCD-based models it announced, Vizio's OLED TVs will include the company's own IQ Ultra Processor for picture processing along with a "ProGaming Engine" with AMD's FreeSync and 4K/120Hz compatibility. They will also offer Vizio's SmartCast 4.0 for streaming and media playback while connectivity includes HDMI 2.1 ports across the board plus a single eARC port (handy for new soundbars like the Sonos Arc). The design is super sleek with a 4 mm bezel and a curved stand bottom designed to hold the optional Elevate sound bar.

Stiftung Warentest rated this OLED TV "very good" - at Saturn it costs almost half

 Stiftung Warentest rated this OLED TV © provided by Business Insider Germany © provided by Business Insider Germany Disclaimer: We are looking for products for you that we think you will like. The selection is subjective, but editorially independent. We have affiliate partnerships, i.e. if you make a purchase using a link marked with an asterisk, we get a small commission. time for a new TV? Then you should definitely make sure that you switch to a device with OLED technology.

Vizio ’ s 2020 TV lineup includes a brand-new OLED TV and a massive 85-inch version of the P-Series Quantum X. When asked, LG's Senior VP of Communications said he couldn't be sure that the panel was coming from LG Display, but considering that they're the only place making OLED panels above

Vizio , the largest TV maker in the US, will launch its first OLED TV next year, confirms supplier LG Display. "The sharp increase in OLED TV demand is driven by a growing number of global TV brands manufacturing Samsung has reportedly also started the transition from LCD to OLED TVs , while

Up close with Vizio's 2020 OLED and LCD TVs

We saw Vizio's OLED TV in person at its CES 2020 suite, and at first glance it looked as good as expected from any OLED TV. Vizio's representatives wouldn't confirm to CNET that its OLED panel will be sourced from LG Display, but did coyly mention the fact that LGD is the only company producing large OLED panels. Both LG and Sony use LG Display panels, as does Skyworth.

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We're looking forward to comparing Vizio's OLED TVs to LG's 2020 models like the CX series, and also to the inevitable Black Friday 2020 price drops. We wouldn't be surprised to see a 65-inch for $1,500. We'll see.

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