Vizio Quantum Pro TV price starts at $700 for a 65-inch and it also promises bright images. The successor to one of the most favorite midpriced TVs of the previous year will soon go on sale.
Vizio Quantum Pro TV Price
Vizio as you should know helped write the book on TVs that helps to deliver great image quality for the price, and the new Quantum Pro models in question look like just another chapter. I really haven’t reviewed this TV yet, but based on its specifications and the solid track record of Vizio, the Quantum Pro in question might just get to challenge similar models from TCL and Hisense.
The Vizio Quantum Pro for those that don’t know comes in two big sizes for two affordable prices which are the 65 inches for $700 and 75 inches on the other hand for $1,000. That in question makes it a couple hundred bucks way cheaper than flagship mini-LED equipped TVs such as the TCL QM850G and Hisense U8K, but however way more expensive than entry-level TVs. In other words, the Quantum Pro in question is what I term “midpriced.”
The Vivio MQX Series
The last Vizio TV that was reviewed in CNET’s lab, the MQX series, also reportedly delivered excellent picture quality for the money. The specifications of Vizio for the Quantum Pro are very much similar. The company here claims 1,000 nits of brightness, around what is measured for the MQX, but Vizio however states that the new TV in question will actually measure even brighter (we will have to wait and see).
Other improvements that have been promised by Vizio to have made are adding an anti-reflective coating to the screen as well as also widening the viewing angle. The Pro in question as you should know also has more local dimming zones than the MQX on the other hand (40 and 80 respectively for the 65- and 75-inch sizes), which might get to improve contrast and then reduce stray illumination, which is also known as blooming.
The Quantum Pro Specs and Features
And just like the MQX, the Quantum Pro in question offers true 120Hz input at 4K resolution with variable refresh rate as well as an improvement over similarly priced sets such as the Roku Plus Series that reportedly max out at 60Hz. The Quantum Pro as you should know also adds a new feature that enables it to reduce resolution (to 1080p) and then increase the frame rate to 240 frames per second. This extra for those that don’t know will only work with PC video cards for the time being, and not consoles, but could however get to provide smoother gaming. Note that some 2023 TCL TVs have a very similar feature.
Vizio in addition to the Pro, also introduced the basic Quantum series. And it includes three sizes (which are 55-inch: $400; 65-inch: $500; and 75-inch: $700) but however lacks the local dimming as well as the 120Hz features of the Quantum Pro, although it however does have VRR on the other hand. And just as the names imply, both series in question make use of quantum dots in improving color and brightness.
All Vizio TVs continue to utilize the SmartCast system for streaming. I really haven’t been a huge fan in the past (as I kind of prefer Roku or Google TV) but the firm is now rolling out a couple of improvements, and this is inclusive of a redesigned menu system that should make shows as well as movies much easier to browse.
Availability and Shipping
The Quantum goes on sale starting today and the Quantum Pro starts shipping in the month of November.
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