The set goes for a chunky, rounded 1950s look held up by three little silver feet. It's a cartoonish interpretation of an old-style television, but therein lies the charm. You won't be mounting it on your wall, but it should fit right in with your Elvis and Marilyn decor.… Read more
Congrats to Adam G. of New York, N.Y., for winning last week's giveaway -- an Amzer Shatterproof Screen Protector, plus a $50 Amzer gift card. This week, we've got a big prize. Fifty inches big.
Online retailer TigerDirect.com is giving away a 50-inch 4K (2160p) HDTV from Chinese OEM Seiki.
The biggest thing to note about the Seiki SE50UY04 is probably its retail price of $1,500, which breaks new low-pricing ground for a TV with 4K/Ultra High Definition resolution (then again, you don't need to worry about cost, as you're getting it for the very low price of free). … Read more
Another 4K TV maker is slashing prices to stay competitive.
LG has confirmed to industry publication TWICE that it's reducing the prices of its 55- and 65-inch 4K TVs by $1,000 and $1,500, respectively.
LG spokesman John Taylor told TWICE that the move was made to "keep LG Ultra HDTVs competitive in the marketplace."
You can finally get a 4K TV from a major brand for $4K.
According to industry publication TWICE, Samsung has joined Sony in reducing the prices of its 55- and 65-inch 4K Ultra High-definition-resolution televisions by $1,000 and $1,500 respectively.
The TV will be available in September and is an edge-lit LED LCD with a 120Hz CMI (Clear Motion Index) engine. The native 4K screen has an onboard scaler and will accept native 4K input -- such as from a PC or future 4K players, though presumably locked at 30Hz until the arrival of HDMI 2.0.… Read more