Seiki 4K 50 Inch Monitor For Under $1500.

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Seiki has announced a 4K capable 50 inch monitor for just under $1500 US. That is an insanely cheap price for a 4K monitor. Let’s just hope they are not a total waste of dough. The peeps over at engadget think it looks great. Here is a rip from the website and the PR from Seiki. It’s available now from Tiger Direct for $1499 with fee shipping. Click here.

“When Seiki’s 4K TV set popped up on retail listings with a price that’s just a fraction of what we’ve seen from its more expensive rivals, we were almost convinced it was a site glitch — that couldn’t be real, could it? The company would like to reassure us that it’s quite serious. The 50-inch Ultra HD set is officially shipping to the US later in April, and it will still carry that regular $1,500 price tag”

  • 2160p Ultra highdefinition TV; delivers outstanding image quality with greater vivid detail
  • RTD2975K Video Scaler upscale video to panel native rate of 3840 by 2160
  • 120Hz refresh rate; ensures smooth videos with minimal blurs and pixilation
  • 5000:1 contrast ratio; brings out bright whites and deep blacks
  • 6.5ms response time; eliminates distortions and blur in fast-moving scenes
  • 3x HDMI, VGA; provides easy connection to various HD sources

 

SEIKI SETS PRICING BENCHMARK FOR ULTRA HDTV WITH ITS 50-INCH LED 4K2K MODEL

SEIKI Targets Smart, Savvy TV Buyers Wanting the Ultimate Digital Entertainment Experience Without Breaking the Bank

DIAMOND BAR, Calif. – April 15, 2013 – Building upon its reputation as the value-driven HDTV maker for today’s value-conscious consumers, SEIKI Digital, Inc. (www.SEIKI.com), introduces its 50-inch class LED 4K2K Ultra High-Definition television (Ultra HDTV) featuring a panel resolution of 3,840-by-2,160, which is twice the resolution with four times as many pixels as full 1080p HDTVs. Shipping late-April, the SEIKI 50-inch 4K2K Ultra HDTV (Model: SE50UY04) will be priced at an MSRP of $1,499.99.

The 50-inch model is the first to be introduced by SEIKI to the U.S. market. SEIKI plans to roll out a 65-inch screen size model in 2013. SEIKI 50-inch 4K2K Ultra HDTV will be available through select authorized retailers including Amazon.com and QVC.

“The introduction of Ultra HDTV is perhaps the biggest news since the first arrival of HDTV, and SEIKI is leading the charge to make the next generation of high-definition entertainment attainable for today’s television buyers at an affordable price,” said Frank Kendzora, executive vice president at SEIKI. “The SEIKI 4K2K picture quality is stunning with clarity and vivid colors that far surpasses conventional HDTVs. At the SEIKI price point, today’s TV buyers can future-proof their next purchase with the latest Ultra HDTV technology, enjoy current high-definition video content, and be ready to experience 4K content as it becomes available in the near future.”

The SEIKI 50-inch 4K2K Ultra HDTV model features 120Hz response rate with built-in digital and analog channel tuning, and multiple video and audio connections to support current high-definition video content. The model is also packaged with an HDMI 1.4 standard cable to enable video resolutions beyond 1080p.

For all of its Ultra HDTV and HDTV models, SEIKI offers the industry’s first one-year, no-nonsense, replacement warranty through its U.S.-based technical support at (855) MY-SEIKI.

Jared Abrams
Jared Abrams is a cinematographer based in Hollywood, California. After many years as a professional camera assistant he switched over to still photography. About two years ago a new Canon camera changed the way the world sees both motion and still photography. He just happened to be in the right place at the right time.