How to tell the difference between an HD and UHD TV with Vizio TVs
The Vizio TV line of HD TVs are known as UHD TVs, which means they offer an extra bit of brightness and resolution for higher refresh rates.
Vizio has now officially unveiled a new line of UHD Vizio sets, which includes the Vizio UHD U-Series U-3400 with 4K UHD and the Viziam HD U-3500 with 5K ULTRA HD resolution.
These new UHD sets come with four HDMI inputs and two composite video outputs.
The U-series U-model offers up to 3840 x 2160 resolution, while the U-30U-Series is capable of a maximum of 3200 x 1440.
The Viziam U-4500, U-50U-series, U40U-30 and U50U30 offer up to 5K resolution.
Both sets come in four colors (Black, White, Gray and Red) and have a 5-inch LCD panel that’s made from a durable and flexible polycarbonate.
There are also LED backlighting options available.
The new U- series U-2900U has a 6-inch display that’s also made from polycarbonic and offers a maximum resolution of 3840 × 2160.
The Viziam TV line offers 4K, 5K and 6K resolution, and has a base price of $749.99.
The first of the new Vizio HD sets, the U3600, is priced at $999.99 and is available now for preorder at Amazon.com.
Viziam’s U-line of U-models has a $399.99 base price and comes in four color options (Black Red, White Gray, Black and White).
The U40, U30, U35 and U40-series have a base model of $699.99, while U35-series models come in Black and Red.