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Vizio 60-inch LED Smart TV visual review

Having owned a few Samsung LED TVs over the years it’s easy to understand how good the blacks are thanks to light almost non-existent where there should be black, and when it comes to price the Vizio 60-inch LED Smart TV delivers on value and specs. Today we wanted to showcase some details about the Vizio 60-inch LED, and also feature the Smart TV in a video review that explains the pros and cons.

Vizio’s 60-inch LED Smart TV is the best we’ve ever seen when it comes to specs for money, and the 3-minute hands-on video seen below this article gives you an overview of the features and a close-up from all angles. As with most Connected TVs, you can count on expanding what is possible with apps and this is no different with the Vizio LED Smart TV that comes with Internet apps and Wi-Fi built-in to make connecting even easier, which is easy to use with the help of a remote control with built-in keyboard.

The design of the Vizio 60-inch LED Smart TV includes a very thin bezel on the top and sides, which is under an inch and thanks to this slim design it makes the television look like all screen. An Apple TV is not really needed with this television, unless you really need iTunes that is, which is thanks to the amount of apps that stream through the Vizio Smart TV software that includes the likes of Netflix, Hulu Plus, and other audio services like Pandora as well.

It is worth pointing out that the UI is lacking slightly, but considering the price of just $1,000 it is certainly worth considering. We’ve also heard that some retailers might be offering the Vizio 60-inch LED Smart TV at a discount during the holiday shopping period, so take a look at the visual review below and also see the official product page on the Vizio website here.

Could you see the Vizio 60-inch LED Smart TV in your home? You can see the main specs in the image above, so take a look and let us know what you think in the comments.

Written by Chris Cook

Chris enjoys reading most types of news, which includes gaming for the PS3, Xbox 360, and other popular gaming devices. His passion for sports, music, and the latest technology is shown in the news he reports. While the Internet keeps everyone connected, Chris has a keen interest to view the world first hand. This aim is made more possible thanks to being able to report news online from anywhere in the world.



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