Get Our Favorite Vizio 70-inch TV for $350 Off at Best Buy

The Vizio M Series Quantum 70-inch TV (2022 model)
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Back in October, we had the chance to review Vizio’s excellent 70-inch M7 QLED TV. It scored a 9/10 thanks to its beautiful 4K panel, impressive color accuracy, and shockingly low price. But if you bought the Vizio M7 QLED TV for $1100, I suggest averting your eyes—Best Buy is offering the TV with a crazy $350 discount.

Getting a 70-inch 4K TV for $750 is a steal, so if that’s what you’re looking for, I suggest pulling the trigger now. But the M7 Quantum is more than just some big 4K TV. It features a gorgeous, color-accurate QLED panel with deep blacks and great contrast. It supports HDR, plus AMD FreeSync for gaming, and even comes with a voice control remote.

And if you’re one of the many people who are caught up in the HDMI 2.1 craze, now’s your chance to go all-in. This Vizio TV features four HDMI 2.1 inputs for snappy gaming and super high-quality video over consoles, Blu-Ray players, or streaming sticks.

That said, this TV does have a few shortcomings you should know about. It only has a 60Hz panel, for one, and its screen is super reflective, so it may not be the best option for living rooms with lots of big windows. Also, the SmartCast TV software is sluggish and will eventually stop working, at which point you’ll need to buy an external streaming stick.

If you’re in the market for a giant TV or need a last-minute gift to blow someone’s socks off, you should grab this deal ASAP. Vizio’s M7 QLED TV was already a steal at $1100, so you probably won’t come across a deal like this again.

VIZIO 70 Class M7-Series Quantum LED 4K UHD Smart TV

Vizio’s 70-inch M Series Quantum TV was already a great value at $1100, but you can get it now for just $750. It features a 4K resolution, HDR, incredible color accuracy, multiple HDMI 2.1 inputs, and of course, AMD FreeSync support.

Source: Best Buy via The Verge

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