A new line for Vizio, the P series consists of the company's first UHDTVs. Like all 2014 Vizio TVs, these use full-array LED backlighting with local dimming, with 64 zones in this case along with Active Pixel Tuning. The V6 processor includes a quad-core GPU and dual-core CPU and a separate, dedicated VM50 processor takes care of UHD motion interpolation, scaling, etc. Also featured are HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2, HEVC decoding, and 802.11ac WiFi. Another cool feature is High-Velocity mode, which can accept 1080p at 120 fps and low latency for gaming. The picture quality was exceptional with native UHD content shot on Red camera and played from a RedRay server; I did not get to see how the P series did with upscaling HD.
The P series ranges in size from 50" ($1000) to 70" ($2600). Man, that's a serious deal for UHD!