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Vizio vs. TCL: TVs for every budget

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Vizio and TCL sell budget-friendly TVs that don't compromise on quality -- perfect for gaming, virtual workouts, and binge-watching Cobra Kai. Reviewers love them because they're not as expensive as TVs from other top brands, but have many of the same features. But what brand should you choose? Both TCL and Vizio offer models with 4K resolution and advanced gaming features to use with the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. To help you decide, take a look at our TV breakdown. Sure, they don't have 4K or 8K displays.


This Vizio TV is one of the brightest we've ever seen

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But it's not just the P-Series Quantum X's picture-quality-to-price-tag ratio that makes it a good choice; it's also packed to the gills with future-facing features that make it the perfect centerpiece for a new home theater. It supports Dolby Vision, various HDMI 2.1 gaming-centric features, and eARC for high-resolution audio pass through. The only downsides are its ho-hum design and its lackluster smart platform, but the latter can be addressed with the purchase of an external streaming device. Simply put, the Vizio P-Series Quantum X is an excellent top-shelf TV that manages to cost less than just about everything else on its shelf--and it does so without sacrificing performance. Editor's note: Due to COVID-19 complications, this review leans heavily on test results in lieu of hands-on time with the TV.


Save $600 on this massive VIZIO 75-inch 4K Ultra HD smart TV at Walmart

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There are hundreds of great TVs out there, so we know it's tough to find the best one for you. However, we just found one that might hit the mark for everything you're looking for in a brand new 4K TV. The VIZIO 75-inch Class P-Series 4K HDR Smart TV is now on sale for $1,698, or $600 off its list price, at Walmart. Usually going for $2,298, this 4K TV from VIZIO features a massive 75-inch edge-to-edge "Infinity Edge" display with crystal clear image reproduction, vivid colors, and deep blacks that will surely impress anyone who watches a movie or TV show on it. VIZIO boasts more than one billion colors and over 8 million pixels with color accurate images and lively tones and hues, but that's just fancy talk for an immersive TV-watching experience.


You can get a top-rated Vizio TV for less than $600 just in time for the Super Bowl

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Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. Want to know a secret? You don't have to wait for Super Bowl 2021 (which is this Sunday, February 7, FYI) to see a great score--at least when it comes to your home theater setup. That's because right now at Sam's Club, you'll get tremendous savings on several top-rated VIZIO TV models that'll make your favorite sporting events, movies and more look phenomenal. Get expert shopping advice delivered to your phone.


Here are the most exciting TVs coming in 2019

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CES 2019--the world's biggest consumer electronics show–just wrapped up last week, and once again brought with it a huge slew of news about huge TVs. While any videophiles following this year's CES have probably heard about the arrival of 8K TVs and LG's crazy rollable OLED TV, the less flashy stuff sometimes falls by the wayside. But the less flashy stuff is also the stuff most people will be buying! Here's everything I know about the 2019 TV landscape right now, organized by manufacturer, and a little bit about the technology and trends we'll likely see this year. So if you're thinking about upgrading your TV this year, or just aren't sure what the deal with Dolby Vision is, here's what's going on.