This new Vizio model E-series 60, LED Smart TV, has an ultra-narrow 10 mm frame, crystal-clear LED-lit picture, and provides a faster, easier-to-use Smart TV experience. Built-in Wi-Fi is included, and the E-Series connects you to the latest movies and music including TV entertainment, and other media from premium apps like Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, VUDU, HuluPlus, YouTube, and Pandora, all without the use of an external device (like a Roku box.) Not only is it Smart, this HDTV features all the latest technology, for example, full-array LED for superior light uniformity, active LED zones for deeper black levels, and an ultra-high 5 million to 1 contrast. Full HD 1080p [...]
As you may know, a “Smart” HDTV allows you to access to streaming video services like Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, and Hulu on your TV. These “internet connected” televisions offer more computing ability, as well as more connectivity, than a traditional television set. Smart TVs will often let you access non-video services such as Twitter, or Facebook, and allow you to do things like check the weather and news without needing a computer.
Now, combining that technology with new features (namely, 1080p, which is a combined technology of 780p and 1080i), many Smart TVs really stand out in today’s marketplace.Other notable features: VIZIO Internet Apps Plus – [...]
It seems the time has arrived – the era of the Smart Television. Now, normally I don’t like my electronics to be smarter than I am. But I must bow-down before the technology and inventiveness that has spawned this relatively-new (2014) area of consumer televisions.
There are two main types of high definition TV’s; 1080i (the i is for interlaced) and 720p (p for progressive). 1080i offers the most pixels, while 720p has fewer pixels. However, the difference is made up with the frame rate, which is only 30 frames per second with 1080i, but is double that with 720p, at 60 frames per second. The total pixels displayed per second is actually very similar, with [...]