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About.com
By Robert Silva
July 18, 2014

Starting with the basics, the 60-inch M602d-B3 features a slim edge-to-edge design (the TV, minus the stand, is only 2 1/2-inches deep), with 1080p native display resolution supported by LED Full Array backlighting with 32 Active LED Zones for more precise control of both light and dark areas in images, resulting better black, white, and color uniformity across the entire screen surface. Also, for smooth motion, the M602i-B3 incorporates 240Hz refresh rate enhanced smooth motion processing.

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7 Hot Soundbars – VIZIO S4251w-B4

Thursday, July 17, 2014

HomeTheaterReview.com
By Staff
July 17 2014

VIZIO's S4251w-B4 is one heck of a deal for someone on a budget who wants the best surround experience for the buck in a convenient package and doesn't mind the minor hassle of running wires from the subwoofer to the surround speakers.

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VentureBeat.com
By Dean Takahashi
July 15, 2014

Gaming on smart TVs is getting a kickstart today as TV maker VIZIO is announcing that its smart televisions will come with TransGaming‘s GameTree TV cloud-gaming service. The deal is a big endorsement from the TV market leader in the U.S. for games played on a smart TV without the need for a game console.

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SlashGear.com
By Brittany Hillen
July 15, 2014

The company today revealed that its GameTree TV service is now available on VIZIO's Smart TVs, giving users the ability to play games on their television screen, sans console or connected mobile device. GameTree TV comes in the form of an app, and is a cloud-based gaming service.

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HDTVSolution.com
By Richard De Jong
July 10, 2014

Once I adjusted the VIZIO M602I-B3's to my tastes, the video performance was impressive. The full-array backlighting with local dimming produces an excellent picture. I was pleased with the quality of the 10W integrated speakers, but you will be happier by pairing this 60-inch display with a more robust sound system.

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AVSForum.com
Mark Henninger
July 6, 2014

VIZIO's affordable 5.1-channel, 38-inch soundbar is a surprisingly good performer, at least for watching movies. When it comes to surround sound, it helps to have real speakers in the rear channels.

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TheGameFanatics.com
By Alena Alambeigi
June 30, 2014

With the VIZIO 2014 M-Series, it combats bleeding beautifully by using zones. The 2014 M-Series has 36 LED zone, doubling last year’s collection. How the zones work is when the sensors in the TV notice that there are black colors on the screen (or widescreen bars), it actively blacks out or dims those sections. Next to another comparable LED TV in the same room, the M-Series crushed it.

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CNET.com
By Matthew Moskoviak
June 26, 2014

VIZIO S5451w-C2 - The Bottom Line: The VIZIO S5451W-C2's extra-large sound bar and surround speakers deliver standout surround sound, if you can live with the size.

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Trusted.MD
By David Kaul
June 26, 2014

"The VIZIO M-Series collection represents a significant milestone in picture quality for mainstream consumers," said Matt McRae, CTO of VIZIO. "We crafted a best-in-class experience by increasing brightness, doubling the number of Active LED Zones and boosting the Clear Action performance."

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VIZIO M602i-B3 LED TV Review

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Reviewed.com
By Lee Neikirk
June 24, 2014

The M602i-B2 does wonders for sports fans and gamers alike. We noted commendable motion performance with and without assistance, with very little of the blurring and juddering most LCD TVs are prone to.

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