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Vizio’s 2017 D-Series TV lineup is 4K on a budget

But no HDR support

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Vizio D-Series 2017 Photo: Vizio

Vizio has released the 2017 lineup of its D-Series TVs, the company announced today. The D-Series is one of Vizio’s most expansive lines, with pricing and sizes ranging from a 24-inch 1080p set at $139 to a 65-inch 4K TV at $899. Here’s the full lineup:

  • Vizio D-Series 24-inch LED Smart TV (D24h-E1) $139.99
  • Vizio D-Series 32-inch full-array LED smart TV (D32f-E1) $199.99
  • Vizio D-Series 39-inch full-array LED smart TV (D39f-E1) $299.99
  • Vizio D-Series 40-inch full-array LED smart TV (D40-E1) $319.99
  • Vizio D-Series 43-inch full-array LED smart TV (D43f-E1) $349.99
  • Vizio D-Series 43-inch 4K full-array LED smart TV (D43-E2) $419.99
  • Vizio D-Series 48-inch full-array LED smart TV(D48f-E0) $399.99
  • Vizio D-Series 50-inch full-array LED smart TV (D50f-E1) $419.99
  • Vizio D-Series 50-inch 4K full-array LED smart TV (D50-E1) $499.99
  • Vizio D-Series 55-inch full-array LED smart TV (D55f-E0) $479.99
  • Vizio D-Series 55-inch 4K full-array LED smart TV (D55-E0) $569.99
  • Vizio D-Series 65-inch 4K full-array LED smart TV (D65-E0) $899.99

Most of the lineup features full-array LED backlighting and 1080p displays, and some of the larger TVs come with 4K and Vizio’s V8 octa-core processor. But the glaring miss here is HDR support. To get the future-proof tech, you’ll need to go up to Vizio’s E-Series, and if you want to have a TV that can handle the latest and greatest content for the next five years, that’s probably the wisest move.

The Vizio D-Series is available from Vizio.com today, and will be in retailer stores soon.