The Vizio comes out with its new TVs series, P-Series. The P-Series consist of four models namely: P50-C1 that is 50 inches, P55-C1 that is 55 inches, P65-C1 that’s 65 inches and P75-C1 that’s 75 inches. The prices are $999, $1299, $1999 and $3799 respectively.
The P-Series has come back in its newest form and includes many of the technologies found in the fantastic Reference TVs Series but with far more reasonable price tags. What this means is that the Vizio 2016 P-Series TVs are more than just good TVs for a good price.
Vizio says the P-Series benefits from trickle-down tech originally developed for the company’s much more expensive Reference Series. That means 4K Ultra HD resolution, Dolby Vision HDR compatibility (with the HDR10 support months away), and Wide Color Gamut. All of these combine for a TV ready to deliver latest and greatest 4K Ultra HD content available from an array of sources, from Netflix to Ultra HD Blu-ray.
The Vizio branding is well-known, the controls are typical with a power/wake button on top, headphone jack and a side-mounted volume, and a Micro-USB port on the bottom.
Here are the specifications:
Android Lollipop (5.1)
Headphone jack and microphone
No camera or expandable storage
In simple word, The Vizio new P-Series has outstanding overall image quality that competes well against the highest-end TVs. It can handle both high-dynamic-range imaging formats. The remote is a fully functional Android tablet. The Google Cast system offers more applications and frequent updates than many dedicated smart-TV systems.