Vizio, one of the most popular HDTV makers in the United States, has come to the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show with a whole new product line that is getting a lot attention. The lineup includes new HDTV’s, Tablets, Blu-ray players, and media players.
There are brand new Vizio V.I.A. Plus TV’s in 47 inch, 55 inch, and 65 inch versions. “The V.I.A. Plus experience features an intuitive, app-centric interface on every device, making it easy for consumers to understand and navigate as they move between devices. Users can also access thousands of apps from the Android Market™ for even more entertainment options.” V.I.A brings a large selection of apps, featuring iHeartRadio, The Wall Street Journal, M-Go, plus a lot more. Most importantly this provides a gateway to the Android Market, which opens up a world of thousands of apps that will all be available right on your TV.
This technology is also included in other products like the new Vizio VBR430 Blu-ray player, which comes with a touchpad universal remote with a QWERTY keyboard and it can easily connect to any DLNA-compatible computer to let you play and view pictures, videos, and music.
The VAP430 Stream Player has built-in Google TV. Vizio refers to it as “one of the most advanced Stream Players with built-in HDMI ports that lets users connect existing components like gaming consoles or set-top boxes for unified access to all media sources through the VI.A. Plus touchpad remote. It even supports 3D content and 3D streaming.”
All of these products are either available immediately or coming very soon. You can learn more by visiting the Vizio CES site.