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Vizio Adds To 2012 Holiday Product Line-up

By November 6, 2012

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Recently, Vizio announced a new line of TVs just in time for the 2012 holiday shopping season (refer to my previous report), but, apparently, they still had more TVs and some sound bars waiting in the wings.

The first of the TV offerings in this new product batch, the 50-inch E500i ($699), 42-inch E420i ($499.99), and 32-inch E320i ($299.99) all feature built-in WiFi and come with a full keyboard remote control for added installation and operational convenience. Other features include, 1080p native display resolution, LED Edge-Light technology, as well as providing access to lots of online streaming content, including Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, and Vudu as well as allowing for additional content access via Vizio's Internet Apps.

If you don't need a lot of bells and whistles, such as internet capability, the next series of sets may be just right for you. The 39-inch E390 ($399.99), 32-inch E320 ($269.99), 29-inch E291 ($269.99), and 24-inch E241 ($199.99) all give you the benefit of LED edge lighting, and the E390 and E241 deliver 1080p native screen resoltution, while the E320 and E291 provides 720p native resolution.

Along with the new TV additions, Vizio has unveiled four new slim profile sound bar products. The SB4020E and SB4020M sound bars are priced at $99.99 and $119.99. The two other sound bars, the SB4021E and SB4021M also come packaged with a wireless subwoofer and are priced at $199.99 and $229.99. All the sound bars are 40-inches wide, which make them great complements for 40 to 50-inch screen size LCD TVs. Photo provided by Vizio.

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