I’m not really sure what Vizio is doing these days. They are taking their time rolling out TVs this year and apparently their new P-Series is the same as last yr, with the main difference being software improvements. So if you have last year’s model you are good to go. The P-Series on paper looks like a beast – FALD with 128 zones of dimming, Dolby Vision support, built in Chromcast and best of all the new models are ditching the tablet. The 65 Inch version of the P Series Ultra XLD TV (Can they come up with a better name?) retails for $2,999?! That’s OLED territory! The fine folks at Vizio said they’ll send me a set to review – at some point in my lifetime. Check out the full press release. Even though I just picked up the Sony 900E, I’m still curious to take a gander at this.
Last summer I decided it was time for me to upgrade my 4-year-old 55-Inch Vizio TV. There was nothing wrong with it, but I got it into my head that I really wanted a 4K UHD television. The problem is how do you shop for a television when the content you are purchasing the television for isn’t available to properly test it? So needless to say I went on a 3 month journey the led me through 7 television returns and an eventual banishment from Best Buy. Not even kidding, they banned me! But I can’t be mad, they were really great about coming out and exchanging my TVs for no extra charge. Be sure to check out our YouTube Channel for more cool video reviews! Or visit top9 for best reviews of electronic products.
Not to start off, off topic but can someone please explain what the heck The Harlem Shake is? This has to be the stupidest fad on YouTube in quite awhile. Even Pants on the Ground had a point and an actual dance. The Harlem Shake seems to be a bunch of idiots just doing whatever…. Anyway Youtube, (was originally my idea, no seriously, I had a business plan and everything!) has hit 1 Billion users – 433,000 of which I’m taking credit for. Congrats YouTube. The official press release is after the break. Be sure to check out the EM YouTube Video (some jerk stole our name, still upset about that).
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