Released December, 2010
The Pros:Unpacking and hardware setup takes 5 minutes for one person, on-screen setup maybe another 5. Updates the firmware automatically when the unit is turned off. Sound is fairly clear, can understand what everyone is saying.
The Cons:Remote feels cheap, buttons are hard to press and unreliable. Apps are slow to respond and sometimes crash. Limited number of non-HDMI connections available.
The Vizio E422VA is a mid-cost LCD TV. Vizio promotes the E422VA as combining high definition technology with the best of the web. The forty-two inch 1080p full HD display of this TV contains over 2 million pixels.
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This display has built-in ambient light sensing technology to auto-adjust brightness for optimum picture viewing no matter room lighting conditions. The E422VA's built-in WiFi (802.11n) receiver connects you to the internet, allowing you to take in on-demand movies, TV shows, social networking, and other online content. This TV's SRS TruVolume feature eliminates volume inconsistencies between programming. The E422VA's SRS TruSurroundHD provides virtual high definition surround sound (through the two ten watt speakers). The Vizio E422VA LCD TV is Energy Star 4.1 compliant, as well as mercury free.
- 1080p full HD
- Mercury free
- Energy Star 4.1 compliant
- 42" 1080p full HD display
- 2MP display
- Ambient light sensing technology
- WiFi (802.11n) receiver
- SRS TruVolume
- SRS TruSurroundHD
- CCFL backlight type
- 1920 x 1080 resolution
- 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
- 60Hz refresh rate
- 500 nits brightness
- 5ms response time
- Dimensions: 40.15" x 27.91" x 9.05"
- Weight: 41.45lbs.
- 178/178 viewing angle
- 2 10 watt speakers
- Component input: 1
- Composite input: 1 (shared with Component input connector)
- VGA input: 1
- RF Connector for Internal Tuner
- 1 - 10/100 Base-TX Ethernet
User Reviews (3)
unpacking and hardware setup takes 5 minutes for one person, on-screen setup maybe another 5
updates the firmware automatically when the unit is turned off
sound is fairly clear, can understand what everyone is saying
picture quality is clear and good enough for casual TV and movie watching
remote feels cheap, buttons are hard to press and unreliable
apps are slow to respond and sometimes crash
limited number of non-HDMI connections available
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