Vizio E320VP LED LCD HDTV Review
Won't thrill you or give you many nasty surprises, but gives exactly what you'd expect from a TV in its class.
Overall, the E320VP has a small number of input and output ports for an entry-level LCD TV, mostly located on a sideways-facing panel on the rear of the set. On the rear-facing panel lie a single USB port and a few audio ports for those interested in using better speakers.
The sideways-facing input panel is home to the composite/component hybrid port, as well as the HDMI ports and your standard cable/ANT in port.
The port placement is a little bizarre, but we recognize the difficulty in placing ports on a thin TV that was more or less designed around being able to mount on a wall. Still, the placement falls short of "logical," and we think Vizio could have done a better job here.
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