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Vizio E-Series 60” LED 1080p 120Hz Smart HDTV (E601I-A3B) (Manufacturer-Refurbished)
Vizio’s E-Series Smart HDTV optimizes its picture quality with innovative features such as Razor LED backlighting for deeply saturated colors and ambient lighting sensors that auto tune images so they look their best no matter the room conditions. A 120Hz refresh rate with Smooth Motion technology helps maintain these optimized levels whether you’re watching live sports or catching up on your DVR. SRS StudioSound HD kicks in immersive surround sound, delivering crisp dialogue and bass that will convince your neighbors they live over a fault line. The keyboard on the underside of the remote lets you take full advantage of the Smart TV controls and built-in WiFi, helping you access the Vizio Internet Apps (V.I.A) suite with apps such as Netflix, Facebook, and YouTube.
- Product number: E601I-A3B
- 60” HDTV with 1080p full HD resolution
- 120Hz refresh rate with Smooth Motion technology
- Razor LED backlighting
- Smart TV controls with built-in WiFi
- Vizio Internet Apps (V.I.A) suite
- Apps such as Netflix and Hulu Plus
- SRS StudioSound HD
- Smart remote with underside keyboard
- 90-day warranty from Vizio
- Condition: manufacturer-refurbished
- Technical specifications
In the box: TV, stand, smart remote with batteries, user guide
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The Fine Print
Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico. Most orders delivered within 12 business days of purchase date. Does not ship to PO boxes. FINAL SALE; no returns unless defective. See return policy. Must pay applicable tax and provide name/shipping address/phone number/email at checkout, shared to facilitate shipping. Valid only for weekday deliveries. $150 return/restocking fee applies to refused deliveries or after 3rd delivery attempt. How is the strike-through price determined?