These days, you can get a beautiful, massive display that would have driven even the most dedicated early adopter to tears a decade ago for less than $1,000.
That’s not the only way TVs have changed. It’s no longer safe to assume the average customer has a cable or satellite subscription. If they don’t, how do they watch TV shows and movies? Do they use a set-top box, a streaming sick, or a video game console?
How about none of the above?
Vizio’s newest line of TVs theoretically caters to people who have little more than an internet connection and a collection of streaming passwords at the ready. We tested out Vizio’s latest M-Series Quantum 65-inch display and it certainly packs a punch, especially if you don’t plug a single device into it. …