PC Magazine
By Will Greenwald
April 10, 2015

Ultra-high-definition (UHD, or 4K) is finally coming into reach for consumers after several years of the technology being too new and expensive for most people to afford. VIZIO's P-Series of HDTVs are a good example, offering full 3,840-by-2,160 resolution at a reasonable price. We tested the 65-inch P652ui-B2 ($2,199.99), and despite some issues with light bloom and upconversion, it produces a good picture along with a generous selection of connected features. It's a solid choice, but can't match the performance of our Editors' Choice, the Samsung UN65HU8550FXZA which also happens to be $1,000 more expensive.

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