4K televisions are now a standard. With resolutions ranging from 3,840 × 2,160 to 4,096 × 3,112, it isn't surprising why people love them.
Japanese company, Seiki, wants to take advantage of that trend by launching its own 39-inch LED 4K UltraHDTV. The latest addition to Seiki's 4K lineup touts a panel resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 with an input refreshrate of 120Hz on a 1080p signal and 30Hz on a 4K signal.
Other features include a built-in digital/ analog channel tuning, USB support, and the latest AV ports. Yes, a tad of goodies such as an HDMI 1.4 standard cable is also included. Seiki says that the 39-inch LED 4K Ultra HDTV will be available before this month ends at a retail price of $699.
It will be soldvia select online retailers including Sears. Seiki will also showcase the new 4K model at the CE Week Line Shows and Exhibits in New York come June 26th.
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