Targeting smart, savvy Ultra High-Definition television and PC monitor buyers ready to experience 4K digital entertainment, SEIKI Digital introduces its 39-inch LED 4K Ultra HDTV and adds to its 4K lineup.
Intel announced Wednesday that its new Haswell processors would support 4K resolution. If those chips end up in Intel’s forthcoming set-top box, we could finally see the 4K box to connect 4K content with all those new Ultra HDTV’s.
Chinese OEM Seiki (“SAY-key”) officially priced its 50-inch 4K Ultra HD TV (SE50UY04) at a game changing $1,500. With the next cheapest Ultra HDTV starting at roughly $15,000, Seiki is the first brand to make Ultra High Definition technology affordable to consumers.
The ongoing rumors of the Apple iTV have re-emerged in full force, this time with a new flavor of hype — 4K Ultra HD 3840 x 2160 resolution, voice recognition, motion control, and internet connectivity.