Vizio Wireless LED 4K TV, 65-Inch

Last updated: June 2, 2022

We looked at the top 4K TVs and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best 4K TV you should buy.

Product Details

In our analysis of 80 expert reviews, the Vizio Wireless LED 4K TV, 65-Inch placed 17th when we looked at the top 17 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Introducing the all-new VIZIO SmartCast M-Series Ultra HD HDR Home Theater Display. Part of the VIZIO SmartCast collection with Google Cast built-in, the M-Series features a powerful 6″ Android tablet remote, and stunning picture of High Dynamic Range. What you love won’t change, but how you experience it will never be the same again.

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Patrick Ward 
Editor-in-chief of High Speed Experts

Patrick Ward is the editor-in-chief of High Speed Experts, a broadband connectivity-, search engine- and IT-industry education blog that empowers consumers by open-sourcing information about tech services. He earned his bachelor’s degree in commerce with an emphasis on communications at the University of Sydney. His expertise spans the digital, emerging tech and telecommunications fields.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

The best feature is full-array local dimming ("FALD"), which improves all-important contrast and black levels, and has better uniformity than edge-lit dimming.
The inclusion of the tablet is useful not only as a hub for apps, but it actually enhances the overall usability of the system by putting controls at your fingertips.
The 65-inch Vizio offers superb color accuracy and performance, especially considering that it sells for dramatically less than premium sets.

What reviewers didn't like

Using the tablet for settings and streaming apps is often more of a hassle than traditional onscreen menus.
Simply said, the vast majority of HD/SDR content looks grainy and, at least in the standard picture mode, very washed out. Blacks turn out a muddy, granular grey, while most of the primary colors lack the vibrancy anyone would expect from such an expensive 4K TV.
This set has some drawbacks, like an over reliance on Chromecast for smart functionality and the lack of a TV tuner, but it still manages to be a pretty solid value.
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