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VIZIO unveils 8 new XVT Series TV's

All feature wireless-N internet access

| HT & Movies News | Posted: Jun 24, 2009 7:10 am

VIZIO has announced their fall lineup of HDTV options, bringing eight new models between 32" and 55".

 

VIZIO unveils 8 new XVT Series TV's

 


The 42", 47", and 55" XVT series TVs operate at 240Hz, two of which VIZIO has incorporated their TruLED and Smart Dimming backlight technology. VIZIO's 32" and 37" displays will operate at 120Hz and are part of their Slim line. All of the new models do full 1080p and have a Mega Dynamic Contrast Ration of up to 2,000,000:1.

 

All of these new XVT displays are also internet enabled, featuring dual-band wireless-N and wired networking capabilities to run VIZIO Internet Apps (VIA). VIZIO will also be including a customized Bluetooth universal remote that has a sliding QWERTY keyboard for easy typing.

 


"Our 2009 line of Extreme VIZIO Technology, (XVT) series truly advances performance, function and form for our customers with unequalled value," says Laynie Newsome, VIZIO Co-Founder and VP Sales and Marketing Communications. "Extremely fast 240Hz SPS Technology coupled with TruLED and Smart DimmingĂ” provide first in class picture quality, our VIA Connected HDTV feature enables 'easy-chair' access of internet content and our new 120Hz Slim Line HDTVs are perfect in the most popular sizes to enjoy their design and appreciate their style. This power packed line up of VIZIO XVT series televisions incorporates the latest technology for consumers at excellent values."

 

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