Introducing the all-new 2014 E-Series 28-Inch (27.51-Inch diag.) Full-Array LED Smart TV, vibrant LED-lit picture, and a faster, easier-to-use Smart TV experience. With built-in Wi-Fi included, the E-Series connects you to the latest hit movies, TV shows, and music from premium apps like Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, VUDU, Hulu Plus, YouTube, Pandora and more. And not only is it smart, this TV is packed with the latest technology-like Full-Array LED for superior light uniformity and 720p HD for a crisp, clear high definition picture. VIZIO E-Series: Picture-Perfect, Simply Smart.

3 thoughts on “VIZIO E280i-B1 28-Inch 720p 60Hz Smart LED HDTV

  1. Fallout says:

    So close to being a good TV for the price… First off the TV functions good for the most part. The screen is comparable in sharpness and lighting to the M series and it has a semi-matte finish which is a great improvement over how reflective they used to be. I really wanted to like the TV and if it were not for the folowing items I would have gladly kept it and enjoyed it.The reason for this review is to focus on why I cannot keep the TV and it is going back (and to see if anyone else has the same issues). Amazon has aready exchanged the TV for a new one of the same model and both TVs that I revcieved had the same clicking and humming issues (so I assume the issue may be wide spread).1.) When the TV is off, as other users have noted in their review there is a constant clicking coming from what I suspect is the power supply (the rate is about 10 clicks per second). Depending on how well you can hear its very noticible when behind the TV, If the room is quiet (its in our bedroom) I can hear it from about…

  2. Z "Cajun Trout Slayer" says:

    Stay away! God forbid that you have a problem…….. Two years ago I decided to try a Vizio for our bedroom – a 47″ Smart TV, and to my surprise, it turned out to be the best TV that we’ve ever owned. Two months ago, we needed another TV, and bought this one. It made it about 3 weeks before there was a 6″ wide vertical line down the screen. One week later, half of the screen went away. I contacted Vizio, and they gave me the “standard list” of things to try – unplug it and plug it back in (really??), etc.I was told that all returns / exchanges had to be done THROUGH VIZIO, not the place of purchase. That’s when this began to get aggravating. They first requested the receipt. OK, I took a picture of the receipt and emailed it to them (per their request). A couple of days went by for them to “review” my receipt (really?). No response. I called to follow up (nightmare by the way). “OH, ok, we need you to send pictures of the TV”. One showing the VIZIO light “lit up”, which it would not do. I sent additional…

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