50 Inch 4K TV Now Available For Just $1299
Ryan Martin / 4 years ago
Ever wanted to get one of the latest 4K TVs, but found Sony’s $4,999 minimum price tag just way too high? Then Seiki have got exactly the solution for you. Their 50 inch 2160P, or 4K, resolution display costs an impressively-low $1299 delivered. They are in stock already and you could probably have one within a few days if you ordered soon.
The Seiki TV boasts impressive specifications:
- 50 inch display size
- 2160p or 3840 by 2160 resolution
- 16:9 aspect ratio
- 5000:1 native contrast ratio
- 6.5ms response time
- LED Backlit – 130W Power Consumption
- 3 HDMI ports
On the face of things this deal is clearly very impressive. Although, for the more cautious consumer there are a few reasons to wait for other people to take the plunge first. 4Ks impact at the 50 inch size may be reduced, Seiki are a relatively unknown company with unknown production quality and standards. A new HDMI standard is also expected this summer for 4K and there are currently no 4K streaming content devices until Sony’s first 4K media player arrives.
However, at a sub $2k price point it does seem almost too good to refuse. Like we mentioned Sony’s 4K TVs cost $4999 (55 inch) and $6999 (65 inch) and that’s for the cheaper models too. I myself would exercise restraint because if something seems too goo to be true then it normally is. Keep a close eye for reviews and tests on this TV as they are sure to come soon and they could be real interesting to see.
What are your thoughts on this $1299 4K TV?