Jan 3 2014, 11:38am CST | by Shane McGlaun
Typically, when we see a new 4K resolution TV, we are looking at a set costing several thousand dollars or more. Polaroid has a branded 4k TV that will make its debut at CES 2014 in Las Vegas next week that is a fraction of the cost you might expect. The 4K TV has a 50-inch screen size.
The price for the 50-inch 4K TV will be $999.99. The TV will have three HDMI inputs and is built under license by Empire Electronics. The company will also be showing off a 50-inch Roku ready smart TV. That set will cost $599.99.
“Not many people realize that Edwin Land was a pioneer in developing the polarizing technology used in modern televisions,” said Scott W. Hardy, President and CEO of Polaroid. “We are excited to bring consumers a state-of-the-art product at an affordable price point. Families can share more movie nights together with our new home entertainment options.”
Source: The Edge Singapore
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