Vizio is teasing its new 120-inch Reference Series 4K TV with HDR, which will set you to overrun of $ 130,000, you may be interested to know that till now Vizio 4K 120-inch TV is the most expensive TV on the earth, which boasts a panel with LED backlight 120 inches to resolution 4K with HDR system equipped with Dolby and DTS. If you think it’s a lot of money, you might like model in the range of 65 inches.

Vizio 4K 120-inch TV with HDR costs $130000


“Vizio and Dolby have worked tirelessly together to make true High Dynamic Range a reality for consumers. The picture quality achieved with Dolby Vision on the Vizio Reference Series is literally jaw-dropping and establishes a new level of excellence for the industry,” said Matt McRae, Chief Technology Officer, Vizio. “High Dynamic Range and Ultra Color Spectrum is enabled through proprietary, custom panel technologies creating a television that pushes the limits of contrast ratios and color gamut while redefining the level of picture quality available at home.”

At first, Vizio was to convey a 120-inch 1080p set, yet it later vanished from their item timetable. In all likelihood, they wanted to push forward with the new innovation rather before making such an emotional jump in size–a size would formally put them as the biggest accessible LED screen on the customer business sector.

Vizio is promising an amazing picture that conveys twice the backlit brightness of regular LED screens with 384-zone Full Array local dimming. It will offer 1200 Clear Action refresh rate, bringing about an executioner picture. They additionally say it is going to stop people in their tracks with its low idleness and 120fps (casings every second) leading to a killer gaming experience.

All of this is possible thanks to Vizio’s V6 dual-core processor inside that also sports a quad-core GPU.

You can order either one now from Vizio’s site.

via: TweakTown

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