Two-thirds of U.S. households now own a high-definition television, and more Americans plan to buy one in the coming months, according to a report from the Consumer Electronics Association.
The Arlington-based group says video products continue to be the top consumer electronics device U.S. consumers own, with 65 percent of U.S. homes now owning at least one HDTV set, up 13 percent from a year ago. Consumers are also buying HDTVs as secondary sets. The average household now has 1.8 high-definition televisions, up from 1.5 percent a year ago.
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Vizio unveiled its 2018 lineup of consumer 4K televisions on Tuesday, with new sets for the high-end P-Series, mid-range M-Series and affordable D-Series and E-Series lines. The new TVs will retail for as low as $349.99 all the way up to $2,599.99