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Vizio Launches New Quantum And Quantum Pro 4K QLED Smart TVs

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Vizio has launched two new Quantum series TVs for you to consider, Quantum and Quantum Pro. Technically, Vizio has only officially launched the standard Quantum series, although both are now listed online.

Vizio is a popular option for those in the market for a smart TV, and one of its big selling points is the operating system. Unlike the many brands that rely on Android TV/Google TV, Fire TV, or Roku OS, Vizio’s TVs run on Vizio’s own platform, offering additional features and curated experiences.

The new Quantum and Quantum Pro models are no different in this respect and utilize the new Home Screen experience Vizio announced earlier this year. As to be expected, the Pro models offer upgrades features and support, and cost most.

The standard Quantum TVs are designed to be cheaper options with the 65-inch model priced at just $499 and the 75-inch coming in at $699, with both sizes now available to buy from Vizio, as well as select retailers including Walmart and Sam’s Club.

These TVs offer a premium picture (including Dolby Vision Bright+, a full-array LED backlight, active pixel tuning), pro gaming features (including 60FPS variable refresh rate at 4K and up to 120FPS at 1080p, Auto Game Mode), and a low price.

For our 2023-2024 Quantum 4K QLED Smart TV models, we’ve taken everything we’ve learned from years of building high-quality, affordable hardware and packed it into these smart TVs,” said John Schindler, Vice President of Product Management at VIZIO. “We’re thrilled to be able to offer unparalleled entertainment experiences at a tremendous value, and we’re looking forward to doing more.”

Vizio hasn’t technically launched the new Quantum Pro models, with them simply mentioned in passing during today’s announcement. While they are also now live on the Vizio website, they are not yet available to buy.

QuantumQuantum Pro
4K UHD4K 120Hz (Full HD 240Hz)
Up to 300 nitsUp to 1000 Nits
AMD FreeSync PremiumAMD FreeSync Premium Pro
Quantum ColorQuantum Color
WiFi 6 Dual-BandWiFi 6E Tri-Band
Wide Viewing AngleWide Viewing Angle + Anti-Reflective Film
IQ Active ProcessorIQ Ultra+ Processor
Dolby Vision HDR/HDR10+Dolby Vision HDR/HDR10+
Bluetooth CapableBluetooth Capable
3 x 2.1 HDMI ports4 x 2.1 HDMI ports
VIZIO Voice RemoteVIZIO Voice Remote

One of the most notably differences with the Pro models is the brightness. While the standard Quantum TVs max out at 300 nits, the Quantum Pro TVs max out at 1000 nits. Some of the other upgrades you can expect include 120Hz at 4K, anti-reflective film, AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, and WiFi 6E.

According to Vizio, the Quantum Pro lineup will get more of an official launch in a few weeks.

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By John Finn

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