Since the company got its start in the early 2000s, Vizio, the darling of cut-rate Costco electronics sales, has inserted itself as a big name in the flatscreen television scene. And while other manufacturers have tried to fend off these bargain-priced HDTVs with app-connected sets, they’d look a lot brighter if they priced their wares like the $999 Vizio E-Series 60-inch Razor LED Smart TV. With a thin bezel, 120 hertz refresh rate and enough HDMI inputs (four) to satisfy almost any user, this cut-rate display brings apps like Netflix, Vudu, Hulu Plus and YouTube to the low price party, connecting to the web either through Wi-Fi or Ethernet. But Vizio's smartest move with this value-minded television has nothing to do with the screen — the remote control has a full Qwerty keyboard on its backside, something that most full- (or over-) priced sets leave out.
Link: Vizio E-Series 60-inch Razor LED Smart TV