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VIZIO E241I-A1 24-inch Razor LED TV up close in review

Are you looking for a TV for the bedroom or kitchen but don’t have space for anything too large, then the VIZIO E241I-A1 24-inch Razor LED TV might be the model for you?

The VIZIO E241I-A1 forms part of the E-series and has a slim frame and Smart TV functions, giving access to extra content thanks to its built-in Wi-Fi. We’re surprised by the specs for this TV when you consider its budget price, although we have to remember it only has a 24-inch screen.

What we love about this TV is its Class Razor LED display, Full HD 1080p resolution, 60Hz, 5ms response time, SRS StudioSound, TruSurround HD and TruVolume.

VIZIO 32-inch E320I-A0 LED HDTV video review

One of the main features of this TV is access to its VIZIO Internet Apps, giving you access to a selection of, movies, TV shows and social media services.

To learn more about the VIZIO E241I-A1 24-inch TV, then you should watch the hands-on video review we’ve embedded below. You get to see the quality of the TV, along with some of its preset visual and audio functions, as well as a closer look at the Netflix app.

If you find this 24-inch model a too small, then maybe you should consider the VIZIO E320I-A0, Vizio E500i-A or VIZIO E701i-A3E, which are 32-inch, 50-inch and 70-inch respectively.

Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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TERRIBLE tv with only PAID movie apps and NONE for free movies. NO way to add apps from outside sources for real free movies. Terrible wifi connectivity even when five feet from the router. Youtube does NOt work even after multiple resets of the tv. This Tv is only good for people who do not mind paying a monthly subscription or want to hook it to a cable or antenna or even a DVD player. You could by a Roku but that defeats the purpose of buying this smart Tv in the first place. Better off to buy abother brand… Read more »

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