Today’s tech news: New Vizio TVs include with Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant

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Vizio is launching  its 4K TV lineup from the lower-priced V series to its top end P-Series Quantum X. The V series named as  Vizio’s E TVs with smart TV features of Dolby Vision HDR and up to 16 zones of local dimming. And  with models ranging from 40- to 75-inches.

New Vizio TVs Features

Based on the number of dimming zones and peak brightness. And the crucial for precise backlighting with proper contrast and vivid colors  as you proceed to increase the lines and increase the prices. In this year’s M-Series features up to double that of last year’s M-Series and 600 nits of peak brightness. While also adding the “quantum color” technology previously reserved for the higher-end P-Series, with  sizes between 43- and 65-inches.

Speaking of the P-Series Quantum comes of the size of 65 and 75-inch TVs with up to 480 local dimming zones. And for the P-Series Quantum X feature the highest brightness rating of the group with “UltraBright 2900”. Vizio stated elevates Dolby Vision to a new level, plus a slick bezel-less design.

With 36-inch home theater systems in 5.1.4 and 3.1.2 configurations Vizio is expanding its home theater offerings in 2019 which include Dolby Atmos support. And also having a 20-inch stereo sound bar, or maybe a 36-inch sound bar with 5.1 or 2.1 setups. They will support for Google Cast, and in the sound bars, voice control with Google Assistant. And also a slim subwoofer option which can fix the extra speaker in more places, either laying down or standing up.

All TVs can support version 3.0 of Vizio’s SmartCast platform which support for Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit. There is no word yet on prices or release dates for the new sets. But we can expect them to be within range  of usually seen Vizio’s new TVs.