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Vizio has grown from a modest outfit to one of the biggest TV manufacturers in the US for one reason: value. The company is an expert at working the supply chain so that it can offer the biggest TVs at remarkably affordable prices.
Case in point: the 2016 Vizio E Series. While pretty much every model in the series is well-priced, you can now get the 60-inch Vizio E60u-D3 ($798 at Walmart) for less than $800. That's down from its MSRP of $969.99, which was already cheaper than most competing 60-inch 4K TVs.
We haven't reviewed the 2016 E Series (we are getting one in our labs this week), but in the past couple of years we've been thoroughly impressed with the quality that you get for the money. The new model steps things up to 4K, has a neat new physical design, and it has Google Cast built in so you can use your smartphone to have it go get video from apps like Netflix, YouTube, and Amazon Prime.
One thing to note? This new E Series does not include a TV tuner. It'll work just fine with a cable box or any streaming device, but you can't just hook up an antenna and enjoy free over-the-air channels without picking up a separate tuner.
Vizio E60u-D3: Buy now at Walmart for $798.00
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