Vizio took the wraps off its 2022 television models – updates to the company’s D, M, V and P series.
The entry-level D-series remains bare-bones, while the V-series is an entry point for 4K resolution. The more mid-range M has some advanced features that gamers will love, and the P-Series, with local dimming zones, should offer the most accurate content viewing experience.
Overall, Vizio aims to deliver a sharper, more dynamic image, thanks to panel enhancements and better processors for 2022.
Voice Series D. It’s not the most interesting, but it’s a starting point. This is the basic presentation of 720p or 1080p HD TVs. For the most part, the jump to a 4K TV is recommended, as it will have a longer lifespan and content will look even better. The V-Series TVs, along with the M and P series, offer 4K resolution and low- and high-resolution content. The same goes for other TV models from TCL, Sony, Samsung and Hisense.
But the focus here is a sensible HD (720p) or Full HD (1080p HD) picture on a TV that doesn’t look like it’s from the ’90s. With sizes of 24, 32, 40 and 43 inches, on paper the D-Series looks like a great option as a secondary TV. As for the inside, you probably don’t want it for the big screen at home. All of them have full-array backlighting, which provides better contrast points in an image. There’s still the possibility that black-level colors will have a ripple effect (known as bloom), but with a better backlit panel we hope they don’t wash out the rest of the image. will
However, don’t expect any images in the D-series to make your jaw drop. It runs on an IQ processor and will run Vizio’s customizable entertainment hub, SmartCast, out of the box. In our tests on the 2020 and 2021 models, SmartCast isn’t our first choice and can be slow at times, but it provides access to many streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Peacock, Apple TV+ and Amazon Prime Video. . Here’s the D-Series you can order now:
Moving up is the Series V, Vizio’s entry-level 4K TVs ranging in size from 43 to 75 inches. And the brand aims to launch a wider network with screen sizes, but know that almost all have the same technology that enhances the indoor experience. All of these work with the IQ Active processor, which provides better scaling and a smoother experience when navigating the SmartCast interface.
Some content standards are also compatible with the V series: HDR10, HDR10+, HLG and Dolby Vision. All of this makes eligible content the best on these TVs. The full-array backlight behind the screen should allow for sharp, accurate colors with strong contrast points. Vizio also focuses on games with the V-Gaming engine on all V-Series models. This allows you to play with resolutions up to 4K 60 Hz, which is a standard refresh rate you shouldn’t drop. Frame while…