Sometimes growing up isn’t fun because of things like bills, work and adulting. You know those things that you have to face on a daily basis. The time I knew I was getting older was when it was time to buy a new TV and I actually got excited. I remember buying my first nice TV and the pure excitement of going to Best Buy looking at all the TVs, asking the sales rep one million questions and getting giddy on delivery day. Fast forward 10 years and I am still the same way. Buying a new TV (or heck, any new appliance) is one of my favorite things to shop for. Every year technology advances so much that looking at TVs and appliances never get old.
After browsing Best Buy, I found a Vizio SmartCast P-Series Ultra HD that would be the perfect fit for my house. The first thing that sold me was a 6” Android™ tablet remote preinstalled with the ingenious VIZIO SmartCast app that lets you browse content by genre across multiple apps all at once, what you love won’t change, but how you experience it will never be the same again. A tablet remote that is already synced with the TV? Sold.
My husband liked the more technical aspect of this TV unlike me when the tablet had me sold in the first minute. The P-Series™ features High Dynamic Range with Dolby Vision content support and Ultra Color Spectrum for a dramatically different visual experience with astonishing brightness, radiant contrast, and captivating color. Full-Array LED backlighting and up to 128 Active LED Zones™ deliver exceptional light uniformity and deeper, richer black levels.
We love that there is a Google Cast built-in, you can cast from thousands of Google Cast-enabled apps that you already know and love, like YouTube and Netflix. Sports and action fans will appreciate the powerful image processing of the P-Series™ with up to Clear Action™ 960 that combines a blazing 240Hz effective refresh rate achieved with backlight scanning for sharper detail in fast action scenes. With all of this and more on display, the P-Series™ is a whole new way to watch.
What features do you look for when buying a new TV?