Summary: I am using this tv from last 2 years and never had any big issues with it. Only issue i face is that at times, the tv stops responding when i close the netflix app, all i have to do is restart the tv. I use 3D very less, but whenever i use i am satisfied with the performance. This tv have 5 hdmi ports which is more than enough for connecting my PS3, XBOX 360 and laptop. Also note that the tv have a refresh rate of 240hz, which helps a lot if you are a gamer.
Summary: I have had the TV now for over 1 year and it still works and looks great! The picture quality seems just as good as the brands that charge you +1,000 $$, and it has been reliable as I could as for. I like having the bluetooth remote so I dont have to point it at the TV, but it would be nice if the remote lit up so I could see what button to hit in the dark. I havent used the 3D yet so nothing to comment there. Overall, great quality for the money!
Summary: This is the same TV as the 47" that I wrote a review for. All of the positives hold for both models. One thing I didn't mention is that the built in WiFi has excellent signal strength (even though the TV is about as far away from my router as possible) and holds the connection very reliably.
Summary: Received this tv very promptly and it has more than met all my expectations. This is a great hdtv for anyone wanting a quality product at a reasonable price. It has 3D that works well but has very good 2D quality for those who do not want 3D.
Summary: This is my first HDTV (replacing a 36" Sony Wega), and am very happy with the purchase. I purchased it in December, 2011. Most of my research I did by just going to local stores, looking at the display models, and talking to the sales people learning about the specs that would matter most to me. I was alreading leaning towards the Vizio, LG, and Samsung models. I caught this tv on sale ($747), and with 24 months no financing! All the bells and whistles at this price?
Summary: I am really pleased with this TV, which I have used for about two months -- so much so that I recently bought the XVT323SV version (not 3D). These TVs replaced our much loved Sony WEGA 32" and Panasonic 27" analog tv's, which work perfectly. I decided on these particular Vizio models pretty much based on the PIP/POP feature, figuring that the mostly favorable reviews of the picture and other features would apply to me too.
Summary: Because of the WIFI. It's not that thin,because it's not totally LED. Quite simply the best TV I have ever owned. I would expect to pay at LEAST twice as much for the same features and quality of a "higher class" brand. Absolutely incredible picture quality!!! Lightweight, slim design, plenty of I/O's, wireless network connectivity (as well as wired), many advanced menu options to customize the look and feel of the sound and picture, plus all the Vizio Internet Apps and...