Irvine, Calif. - Vizio
it recently ramped up distribution of its much-hyped, passive glasses M-Series
3D LCD TV line to dealers across the country.
Select screen sizes in the series have been available in recent
months at select dealers and regions, but the company said most models are now
The passive-glasses 3D technology uses low-cost unpowered 3D glasses,
unlike most rival 3D sets that use more expensive battery powered active-shutter
The Full HD 1080p M-Series line includes the 42- ($1,040
suggested retail), 46- ($1,260), and 55- ($1,650) screen sizes. A 65-inch
($2,100) version will start shipping in Jaunary 2012, the company said.
All use the company's "Edge Lit Razor LED" backlighting
Vizio claims the LED system produces a brighter picture needed
for optimal 3D effects.
The technology is also said to produce a wider horizontal viewing
angle and improved fast motion pictures.
All M-Series models also include Vizio Internet Apps (V.I.A.)
technology and built-in 802.11n Wi-Fi connectivity.
The company offers a premium Bluetooth QWERTY remote to navigate
the connected platform for services including Amazon Instant Video, Blockbuster
on Demand, Facebook, Fandango, Flickr, Hulu Plus, Netflix, Pandora, Rhapsody,
Twitter and VUDU.
Irvine, Calif. - Vizio said Tuesday it recently ramped up distribution of its much-hyped, passive glasses M-Series 3D LCD TV line to dealers across the country.