VIZIO VMB070 7 - Inch Edge Lit Razor LED LCD Portable TV
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- 1. Edge Lit Razor LED backlighting for brilliant color and contrast
- 1. 800x480 widescreen high resolution panel
- 1. Doubles as digital photo frame (JPEG)
- 1. Premium edge to edge glass panel for superior picture quality
- 1. Integrated folding antenna and kickstand
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Watch your favorite digital programs away from home! VIZIO’s 7” Edge Lit Razor LED™ LCD Portable TV features a high-resolution picture, touch controls, and built-in antenna—all in a compact package less than 1” thin. Includes remote control, carrying pouch, and adapters for connecting your DVD/Blu-Ray player or game console. VIZIO’s 7” Edge Lit Razor LED LCD Portable TV packs a lot of technology into a sleek, 1” thin frame, including a built-in fold-away antenna and Dolby Digital sound. With up to 3.5 hours of battery life, it’s perfect for backyard barbeques, tailgating parties, or in the bleachers at the game—anyplace you need a brilliant, high-resolution picture. Watch your favorite cable programs in the kitchen, then hook up to a game console in the living room for some action! It also doubles as a digital photo frame—just connect a USB drive to share photos with family and friends.
Top customer reviews
Anyway, when comparing the Vizio to the Haier 7" (HLT71) which I also have, the Vizio DOES win...even with its dreadful audio.
What's better about the Vizio? First, the controls. It's more user friendly that the Haier. It's even better than the Haier when you don't have the remote on hand and must use the TV's own buttons. The Vizio's are touch sensitive and super-impose your actions on the screen when the buttons are pressed. The Vizio's remote is superior to the Haier and has good "click" action when a button is pressed.
Reception...is better on the Vizio. Right away, I got 4 more stations on the Vizio than on the Haier. I'm using the same external antenna that I used on the Haier, so I'm comparing apples to apples. Even the whip antenna on the Vizio is superior to the Haier... and is HALF the size!!! Interestingly though, the 1 (and only) analog station in town is clearer on the Haier.
Besides the audio is there anything else I DON'T like about the Vizio? The screen is shiny, as apposed to the matte finish on the Haier. So viewing the Vizio outside, or in a room with lots of overhead light can be tricky to avoid the reflections. The Haier does not suffer in that way.
I bought this unit from Amazon. Great price...and it arrived in only 3 days! Excellent experience!!
P.S..... i guess i'll just have to use it with either headphones or external speakers. sigh!
Then I turned the TV on ....
The picture looks GREAT ... BUT it has red pixels on the screen that won't change colors. Though the red pixels get lost sometimes if the program is colorful, they are still there. I looked on the quick start guide only to find the following disclaimer:
" Your TV is precision -manufactured .... However, sometimes individual pixels may not display. This is common in this type of product and DOES NOT mean your TV is defective" I am a Manufacturing Engineer for a touch sensor company... this product would never have shipped !
The other drawback are the tinny sounding speakers.... they sound like the designer forgot to incorporate any of the bass frequencies...
The unit looks great ... picture is awesome, but quality issues and sound quality need to be addressed !!!
Our biggest problem is that even though we can see the Boston skyline from our home, 30 odd miles away, reception of all
of the area stations keeps breaking up unless we attach a powered external antenna...something we wouldn't have during an outage, so
it's back to square one. The tuner isn't nearly as sensitive as my son's older 3.5" Radio Shack pocket TV which pulls in all the area
stations with just its' little built in antenna and for a lot less money. The Radio Shack model also has much better sound quality and
volume. The sound from the more expensive Visio is absolutely terrible, tinny and very weak. Visio is a big company and could have easily
designed a product with a more sensitive tuner and much better sound. They really blew it this time!
If you live close to the stations and don't mind using ear buds you might like it, otherwise keep looking, you can do better!
Decent TV. Excellent, detailed bright picture . Bought two for my mother for Hurricane season. Less than a week later I decided to order for myself but the price went up from $79.00 to $103.00. I ordered the unit . 2 fatal flaws. Needs improvement in locking broadcast signal. Sound volume is too low. Barely audible . Suggest earbuds to listen. Still a fair TV for the price. Perfect for electrical outages during bad weather and watching the News in bed while drinking your first morning cup of coffee.