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Hitachi UltraVision TVs
Hitachi's new UltraVision TVs with Roku integration

09 Nov 2012 | Rasmus Larsen |

Hitachi has unveiled a range of new TVs in the UltraVision line. The W8006 is the new high-end model, with S606 being a mid-end TV. Some of the TVs also come with support for Roku’s HDMI stick.

Hitachi UltraVision

Hitachi is still in the TV game, although not one of the frontrunners. They obviously hope to change that with the latest line of UltraVision TVs.

Hitachi UltraVision
Hitachi UltraVision


W806 is the new high-end range. It comes in 48 and 55 inch sizes with Smart TV features, 3D, built-in WiFi and IPTV connectivity. It has a high gloss piano design.

S606 is a mid-end model and one of the first to support Roku’s HDMI stick via the MHL-enabled HDMI input. The Roku stick is not included. Besides that S606 uses a 120 hz panel with edge LED backlighting.

Hitachi has also announced the three S406, H306 and H316 value TV ranges, as well as two soundbars called HSB32B26 ($149) and HSB40B16 ($199) with Bluetooth support.

Hitachi’s UltraVision TV line-up is coming to stores in the US soon.

- Via Engadget



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