Seiki 65-inch 4K TV
Seiki announces 65" 4K TV for below $3000

02 Oct 2013 | Rasmus Larsen |

Seiki Digital has already released 39 and 50” Ultra HD TVs, and they will soon expand the line-up with a larger 65” Ultra HD TV. It will be available in early December for $2,999.

Seiki announces 65" 4K TV for below $3000

Seiki has been offering 4K TVs at pretty incredible price points for some time with a 39” variant at $699 and a 50” variant at $1199. Seiki will soon add an even larger 65” model.

Seiki 65-inch 4K TV
Seiki announces a 65-inch budget 4K TV


- "It's no secret that the Seiki brand is the price leader in the 4K Ultra HD category, and we aim to further our market leadership by offering the best value in large-screen 4K Ultra HD TVs with exceptional picture and build quality." said Frank Kendzora, executive vice president for Seiki.

The 65” TV has a 4K panel with 3840x2160 pixels and can accept 4K signals at up to 30 Hz via the three built-in HDMI 1.4 ports. Besides that it is pretty much just a panel with a thin piano black bezel. Seiki has chosen not to integrated Smart TV features and streaming, but the TV has a USB port that is capable of displaying photos in 4K resolution.

Seiki’s 65” SE65UY04 will be available in early December at an MSRP of $2,999.



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