Home » Latest Technology » Vizio unveils one hundred twenty-inch Extremely HD TV

Vizio unveils one hundred twenty-inch Extremely HD TV


Vizio introduces its new one hundred twenty-inch 4K Extremely HDTV at CES 2014.

USATODAY 10:08 a.m. EST January 6, 2014


LAS VEGAS — You’ve gotten heard in regards to the new a hundred and ten-inch Extremely HD 4K TVs within the works from Asian powerhouse Samsung? Neatly, right here at CES 2014, finances TV maker Vizio goals to trump its competitor with a splashy new even better — at one hundred twenty inches.

Vizio will not say when the TV can be in retailers or how so much it’s going to promote for (Samsung’s will likely be priced at $a hundred and fifty,000 when it goes on sale in South Korea) however in line with the show right here, we will inform you this: It is a stunner.

“Greater is all the time higher,” says James Kittle, a Vizio engineer.

A one hundred twenty-inch TV will take in a lot of your wall area. The TV weighs four hundred kilos. TV units in Extremely HD supply HD at 4 occasions the resoluation of same old HD,

Regardless of how time and again they have been requested, Vizio professionals declined to supply any clues to its pricing. They did say to are expecting that like different Vizio fashions, the TV will price approach not up to opponents.

Past the TV, Vizio additionally unveiled a brand new line of “sensible” audio merchandise, principally a pill with nice audio system. Bring to mind a boombox with an Android pill in between two audio system. Vizio is exhibiting two fashions, one with a four.7 inch monitor, the opposite with a 7-inch display.

No worth or delivery has been introduced for this product both — however the intention is to deliver hello-fi audio to the pill, one thing that hasn’t been achieved earlier than. Vizio expects most other folks to hearken to song apps like Pandora and Spotify, or play video games like Indignant Birds.

Any app which is on hand on Google Play will work with the brand new unit.

Observe Jefferson Graham on Twitter for the most recent updates from CES 2014.


, , ,