Vizio is displaying some of its latest TV products at CES 2014 and among the sets on display at the show are the Vizio P-Series. At the show, Vizio has announced the pricing for the new P-Series Ultra HD TV sets. While other manufactures are charging $10,000 or more for their largest 4K TVs, Vizio has announced lower prices for its P-Series.
The P-Series TVs are available in multiple screen sizes starting at $999.99 for the 50-inch model and going up to $2599.99 for the 70-inch model. The TVs share most of the same features including advanced local dimming tech and a backlight with 64 active LED zones.
The P-Series supports the HVEC codec for 4K content streaming and all P-Series TVs use the Vizio V6 6-core processor that features a quad core GPU along with a dual-core CPU. In addition to the 50-inch and 70-inch models, the P-Series also has 55-inch, 60-inch, and 65-inch models.
Vizio says that the Active LED zones that the P-Series use provide better and more uniform backlighting compared to a traditional edge-lit LED backlit TV. The Smart TVs also have built-in 802.11ac dual-band MIMO wireless connectivity. Pricing for the P-Series is $999.99 for the 50-inch, $1399.99 for the 55-inch, $1799.99 for the 60-inch, $2199.99 for the 65-inch, and $2599.99 for the 70-inch. Vizio says that more details on availability will be offered closer to launch.