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I tested Vizio’s cheap 4K TV, and it does 4 things as well as pricey sets

Vizio recently announced are MQX Series 4K TVs, the new second-tier models in the budget set maker’s lineup. The MQX series is priced aggressively, with a 50-inch model selling for $629, followed by 65- and 75-inch screen sizes for $849 and $1,199 respectively.

For the money you’re looking at a fairly generous feature set, including Quantum Dots for enhanced color reproduction, a 32-zone full array local dimming LED backlighting and support for both the Dolby Vision and HDR10+ high dynamic range formats. Such features are usually found on some of the best 4K TVsso it’s a nice perk to get them at these prices, although competing budget TV makers like Hisense and TCL include similar ones in their sets.