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TV upgrades seem to be a yearly routine for some folks — especially when end-of-year sale season comes around. However, when you’ve found a television that fits you in every way (in price, aesthetics, performance and durability), there’s likely no need to spend another dime.
Shop: Vizio 70-inch Class 4K HDR Smart TV, $659.99 (Orig. $849.99)
A part of the brand’s V-series line of products (its newest addition to its television lineup), this 70-inch 4K HDR Smart TV is described to perfectly balance “sharp clarity, deep blacks, and striking contrast with full array LED backlighting and Dolby Vision HDR.”
Another key feature that this television boasts is Vizio SmartCast. This component allows for a smoother and more seamless streaming experience thanks to the device’s built-in Apple AirPlay 2 support and Chromecast. Through this, users can stream, control and share their favorite streaming programs without the need for external devices or remotes that other premium smart TVs like these options from LG and Samsung require.
Shoppers can’t stop singing this TV’s praises with one reviewer returning to the product page days ago to rave that, after buying the device “a year ago,” he is “still happy” with it.
This seems to be a common sentiment among reviewers as several others echoed his statement.
“We have had this tv for over 3 years. It’s worked great. Great display. Able to hook to everything we need it to. Would highly recommend,” another shopper wrote, with a third adding, “Bought this 2 weeks ago! I love it. Great sound and fantastic view.”
One reviewer who has owned this television for “a little under a year” expressed one gripe, however, mentioning, “The only thing I wish Vizio would add is Bluetooth support.”
If you enjoyed this story, you might like to read about this Samsung smart TV that upscales all content to 4K.
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