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.
The front of the Vizio E320VP is a flat, black plastic bezel with what appears to be a graphite-colored speaker enclosure.
On the back of the super-light E320VP you'll find the somewhat limited selection of ports that this set has to offer. On the right side are the manual control buttons.
The stand of the E320VP is a fairly basic-looking glossy black plastic piece that does not swivel. This isn't really a huge issue due to the very light weight of the TV, but we still prefer stands that allow easy access to the back of the set where the ports are.
The manual controls are located on the back of the TV set, which not only is bizarre, but it seems like the only place they could have been put that would be worse would be underneath the stand. We realize that the very thin casing of the TV makes side-oriented controls impossible, but the technology exists for TVs with touch sensitive areas of the casing on the front.
The remote of the E320VP is identical in every way to that of the Vizio E321VL, and consequently, nets the same exact score. The remote itself is angular and slightly awkward to hold and operate as the buttons are small and spread out. Operation of the TV would be more of a chore if there were more advanced options, but fortunately for the E320VP's remote, there aren't many.
In the Box
The Vizio E320VP comes packaged with a stand, power cable, user manual, quick setup guide and a remote (batteries included).
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