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VIZIO E70-E3 Vs E65-E0 and E1: The 70 and 65-inch 4K specs showdown

There is always a great deal of confusion at this time of the year when it comes to buying a new TV, because of several factors. One is that prices are usually heavily reduced, and two, just making the right choice because of so many to choose from that it just becomes mind boggling.


We know that the likes of LG, Samsung, Haier and VIZIO are all popular TV brands, especially at this time of the year, with the latter being the greater exception. We tend to see different models released at this time of the year, and so finding any reviews on them can often be tough.

The thing is, when you see TV models like the VIZIO E70-E3, E65-E0 and also the E65-E1 and are tempting to purchase one of them you do like to read over some reviews to see if it’s the model for you. If looking for a VIZIO E70-E3 review, which is a SmartCast E-Series 70″ 4K Home Theater Display model, then these are very easy to come by. However, the latter two does get a little more confusing, as some website show results for the E65-E0, but then takes to to a product page for the E65-E1.


It’s presumed that this is done in error, and there does not seem to be any details on the E65-E0, as all places that say they have this model are out of stock, and do not even have any spec details on them – which further adds to the confusion.

With that being said, we can still compare the VIZIO E70-E3 Vs E65-E1 specs, well, having said that, that are exactly the same when you take a much closer look, which you can see in the images above.

In terms of price you should expect to pay $1,649.99 for the 70-inch model and $1,079.99 for the 65-inch. However, these could bee reduced to less than $1,000 and $700 respectively.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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