This TV offers better processing than the recently reviewed Konka, though it lacks its rival’s Bluetooth capabilities. It also shows how better technology has drifted down the chain.
Vizio’s V-series smart TV (the $300, 50-inch model V505-H19 is reviewed here) is the second 50-inch TV I’ve evaluated recently, the other being the slightly cheaper ($280) Konka U50.
Both are infinitely superior to anything you could’ve found in this price range five years ago.
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