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Vizio brings their SmartCast P-Series Ultra HD HDR XLED Pro Displays to Canada

Vizio has just launched their 2017 version of their SmartCast P-Series Ultra HD HDR XLED Pro Displays in Canada.

The displays have Vizio’s full-array of local dimming backlight technology along with XHDR Pro, Dolby Vision and HDR10 support. Users will be able to watch 4K and HDR content on apps like Netflix and more.

You’ll also get access to SmartCast platform of apps, which will allow users to watch their favourite content on their streaming service of choice. There is also support for Chromecast, so you can cast your favourite apps to the display.

If you have a Google Home (which is coming soon to Canada) or a phone with Google Assistant, you’ll be able to control the display using your voice.

Vizio has three models in their P-Series for 2017:

  • 2017 VIZIO SmartCast ™  P-Series ™  55” Ultra HD HDR XLED Pro™ Display ™ – which retails for $1,799 CAD
  • 2017 VIZIO SmartCast ™  P-Series ™  65” Ultra HD HDR XLED Pro™ Display ™ – which retails for $2,999 CAD
  • 2017 VIZIO SmartCast ™  P-Series ™  75” Ultra HD HDR XLED Pro™ Display ™- which retails for $4,999 CAD

The SmartCast P-Series Ultra HD HDR XLED Pro Display 2017 lineup is available now online and in-store through Costco Canada.

Source: Vizio via PR Newswire

 




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