VIZIO Announces 120Hz LCD HDTVs with MEMC and Side Access HD Game Port

IRVINE, Calif., Jan. 6 --VIZIO, America's Fastest Growing HDTV Company, announced today a new line of 1080p, flat panel displays with 120Hz processing with MEMC (Motion Estimation, Motion Compensation).

Offering the ultimate in convenience, the Black Tie models have included a side access High Definition Game Port housing 2x HDMI v1.3 inputs and Component Video/RCA Stereo audio for fast access to high-definition gaming systems such as XBox 360 and PlayStation 3. Black Tie models include a standard/HDTV/QAM combination tuner, RF Input, are compatible with 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p and 480i input sources and a detachable base to accommodate on-wall mounting.

The new SV42LF and SV47LF will begin shipping in July 2008 with estimated selling prices of $1499 and $1899 respectively.

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Kugar773756d ago

its vizio. to me they're not the highest quality of brands

Lavagasm3756d ago

Actually, Vizio is one of the highest rated televisions available on the market.

BloodySinner3756d ago

Not to mention it's also very affordable.

Gondee3756d ago

i think they should go focus on making there current TVs look better. just my opinion though

lynx1halo3756d ago (Edited 3756d ago )

of a Vizio VX32L 32" LCD HDTV price and picture quality....cant go wrong


HERE HERE......I try and sing its praises to whoever will listen, but to many people are concerned with the Brand name of (Samsung, Toshiba, etc) without actually trying out a VIZIO

Xbrainer3756d ago

same TV I have, its an awesome TV for the price and I tried many brands before deciding on the vizio.

GIJeff3756d ago

but at 32" my LG's 8000:1 ratio couldn't be beat.

snoop_dizzle3756d ago (Edited 3756d ago )

sony bravia 40" v series. 1080p, 13000:1 contrast ratio

and a gateway 24" 1920x1200 90 degree rotating monitor with a 1000:1 contrast ratio.

i have seen vizios they are good for the price, but i would prefer waiting longer to get a more expensive HD set. Either a samsung, pioneer, sharp, or sony tv.

though one thing is good is you can get a big vizio for pretty cheap.

but i would instead of paying the same amount for a say, a 60" vizio(i dont know the price)..i would rather get a 40-42" bravia or samsung or some other higher end tv.

i do wonder though if they will make oled tvs soon. They might be somewhat affordable.

bootsielon3756d ago

Is HDMI required for that?