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Published on Jan 7, 2019
After wowing us with value last year, Vizio is making some serious changes for its new TV lineup and showing them off at CES 2019, including a shakeup of its P-series and M-Series TVs, a rebranding of its E-series (now called V-Series), and no mention at all of its fully budget lineup of D-Series TVs. Is Vizio going premium on us?
Along with massively bright displays at the top of the line -- and some souped-up technologies in the middle -- Vizio has also added on to its SmartCast 3.0 interface. Like Samsung's 2019 TVs, Vizio is adding Apple support to its smart TV interface, including support for Apple Homekit, as well as AirPlay 2, allowing iPhone and iPad users to send video, photos, and audio to 2019 Vizio TVs to make it easier than ever to incorporate the small screens with the big one.
Pricing and release dates have yet to be disclosed for all of Vizio's 2019 lineup, but the TVs are slated to begin rolling out in spring 2019.