Mine came from Costco last week.Strange for them to say "while supplies last." Since it takes an estimated 7-10 days for the TV to ship, I bet they don't even have stock. Even Vizio's website says "pre-order" for the 75".
I seriously doubt a single 75" PQX has made it to an end customer yet...and I thought I read somewhere that stock wasn't expected until August.
Availability of the higher-end Vizio TVs seems to be sketchy and unpredictable going back to the 2016 P-series.
You are comparing 2 different TVs with completely different output technologies.Did you view the TV from below center? My viewing position is about 7.5 feet away from the TV with my eyes about 2 feet lower than the center of the TV. I am wonder how it will be. I have Samsung KS8000 now and there is not much, if even noticeable, difference from straight center vs where I am viewing it.
This tv is going into our new house we were supposed to move into this past weekend, but unfortunately our move-in date got pushed back a few weeks and the wife won't let me open it just to pack it away for the move again. Once I get it up and running, I'll post some feedback.Have you set it up and put it into use yet? Any feedback?
People who own TVs that actually have great in-app platforms...Who in the world uses the built in apps? Seriously, get an apple tv, nvidia shield, roku, or fire tv. That's such an odd thing to be worried about.
The mobile app for Vizio is incredible as far as adjusting picture settings etc.
We hope to publish it on the 4th, but that might not happen, as we haven't finalized our review yet. With the early access numbers, keep in mind that without the context of our text, some of the numbers might seem strange.
Didn't think so, and that is what I was asking, thanks. They don't list anything about it on their site other than number of ports.
Does it have any ALLM or VRR capabilities? Know the input lag numbers?
Variable refresh rate processing usually adds latency, so professional or semi-pro gamers don't use it. Auto low latency would be a nice quality of life feature, however is not a deal breaker as the PQX does come with customizable picture modes(including a game mode). It is very easy to switch between based on what you want to do. I would suggest prioritizing more important factors instead of the less trivial.Thanks! Guess I can scratch off my list of potentials.
Not trivial at all. Low input lag is a must, but so is stutter free and screen tear free images, which is kind of luck of the draw unless you engage some kind of vsync, which adds lag. ALLM is just a QoL feature to be honest.Variable refresh rate processing usually adds latency, so professional or semi-pro gamers don't use it. Auto low latency would be a nice quality of life feature, however is not a deal breaker as the PQX does come with customizable picture modes(including a game mode). It is very easy to switch between based on what you want to do. I would suggest prioritizing more important factors instead of the less trivial.