“Quantum dots, meanwhile, allow the M-Series to achieve better HDR color. The TV delivered a comparable color gamut to more-expensive QD-equipped TVs, such as Samsung’s QLEDs, in my measurements.
The M-Series has a 60Hzpanel — Vizio’s claim of “120Hz effective” is . It lacks a setting to engage MEMC (motion estimation, motion compensation), aka , as found on the more expensive Vizio P- and PX-Series, as well as TCL’s 6 series. All of the sizes in the M-Series use VA panels, not the IPS panels found on some sizes in previous years. Vizio supports both , HDR10 and Dolby Vision, in the M-Series. So does every other major TV maker except Samsung, which lacks Dolby Vision support.”