If you are looking for a new TV to buy in 2014, it could be a tough decision. There are so many brands to choose from, with the decision made harder by the fact that many retailers are offering significant discounts on certain models in order to tempt you into a purchase.
One of these models is the Vizio M-Series 50-inch LED Smart TV and if Vizio is a brand you are looking for, you’ll be wise to check out a Vizio M502I-B1 50-inch LED HDTV review that we have lined up for you.
Just like the Vizio 50-inch 4K TV which we told you about recently, this is another model with some fantastic features. For starters, the Vizio M502I-B1 50-inch TV specs include a whopping 240Hz refresh rate which is difficult to find on some budget brands.
240Hz as a refresh rate has been the subject of intense debate here, but Vizio are proudly listing it as one of the standout features of this TV, along with a Clear Action 720 function as well.
Other specs include full 1920×1080 HD resolution as standard, integrated WiFi, 4 HDMI ports and Smart TV functionality allowing users access to Vizio’s lineup of internet apps.
Some of the apps include YouTube, Hulu Plus, Netflix and even Spotify, ensuring that you are not going to be short when it comes to entertainment options.
Another feature we love is that the Vizio M502I-B1 TV remote control comes with a innovative design, featuring a fully fledged QWERTY keyboard on the rear – you can see this in action above with our image: perfect when using apps such as Facebook, YouTube and Twitter directly on the TV.
You can see the full list of tech specs over at Vizio’s product listing here. We’ve picked out a detailed in-depth Vizio 50″ LED 1080p 240Hz Smart HDTV review courtesy of CNET here – also, see the 14 stunning reviews left here from those that have already purchased one.
We have also included a video below and a direct link to the VIZIO M502I-B1 TV manual here in PDF if you require further reading. Does this sound like the TV of your dreams? Don’t forget to look at a Vizio sound bar here too in case you need that sound cranked up.
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