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Seiku’s 4K 50-inch TV hits shelves at a low $1,299

Seiku’s 4K 50-inch TV hits shelves at a low $1,299

The steady upward trot of technology has brought us to the trailhead of 4K TVs, which brings ultra-high-definition video to your living or media room, but not without a price tag to match. Such is not the case with Seiku's 50-inch 4K TV, which is now available for a price tag you'd expect to find on regular HDTVs: $1,299. We've got a run down of its specifications after the jump.

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LG and NCAA records the NCAA Final Four in 4K Ultra HD for the first time

LG and NCAA records the NCAA Final Four in 4K Ultra HD for the first time

LG, CBS Sports, Turner Sports, and the NCAA all worked together to record the NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four championship in 4K Ultra HD resolution. This is the first time that a major U.S. sporting event has ever been recorded in 4K, and it's a start of more 4K programming to come. James Fishler, Senior VP of marketing for LG Electronics USA, stated, "After being the first to market with Ultra HD TVs, it only seems fitting that we'd be a part of the first major U.S. sporting event produced in 4k."

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Sony FMP-X1 4K Media Player coming over the summer

Sony FMP-X1 4K Media Player coming over the summer

Sony has just announced the pricing and release date for its 55-inch and 65-inch 4K Ultra HD LED TVs, however, to completely take advantage of the TVs' beautiful displays, you're going to need a media player capable of playing 4K media. That's where the Sony FMP-X1 4K Media Player comes in. The FMP-X1 is set to be released over the summer, and will bring 4K resolution feature films and video shorts to your television for $699.

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Sony releases pricing for 55-inch and 65-inch 4K Ultra HD LED TVs

Sony releases pricing for 55-inch and 65-inch 4K Ultra HD LED TVs

Sony has just released the pricing for its 55-inch and 65-inch 4K Ultra HD LED TVs. The XBR-55X900A (55-inch version) will be available for $4,999 and the XBR-65X900A (65-inch version) will be available for $6,999. They're much cheaper than the $25,000 84-inch 4K TV Sony was selling last year, but still certainly not affordable for the average consumer. The TVs are expected to be available online and in retail stores on April 21st.

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Sceptre unveils new TVs with integrated MHL technology

Sceptre unveils new TVs with integrated MHL technology

There are a lot of TVs from major television manufacturers that feature MHL technology allowing users to directly connect their mobile device to watch content on the big screen. The problem for a lot of people is that many these TVs are rather expensive putting them out reach a budget shoppers. TV maker Sceptre has announced that it has a some new LED and LCD TVs that feature integrated MHL technology coming soon.

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Samsung S9 Ultra HD TV priced with monster flagship lineup

Samsung S9 Ultra HD TV priced with monster flagship lineup

The folks at Samsung have begun to deliver their full 2013 lineup of beastly television technology complete with prices, starting with the monstrous S9 UHD. The Samsung S9 UHD TV going by code-name UN85S9 will be available in pre-order form from Samsung by the end of March for a cool $39,999 USD. This machine works with an 85-inch 4k-resolution screen and we've had our own up close and personal look at it earlier this year at CES 2013 - have a peek!

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HTC One Sense TV detailed: smartphone TV control made real

HTC One Sense TV detailed: smartphone TV control made real

This week the folks at HTC have revealed Sense TV for the HTC One, including no less than an IR Blaster integrated in the power button of the smartphone. With an integrated IR Blaster and controls for your television inside the smartphone, you'll be able to control your television with great ease. The app itself is powered by no less than Peel, a name you may have heard more than once in the past with IR Blaster-toting smartphones and tablets galore.

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World’s First 4K TV broadcast set for 2014 World Cup

World’s First 4K TV broadcast set for 2014 World Cup

In one of the smoothest and perhaps most irresistible measures made thus far for the new high definition television technology, Japan has announced that it will be broadcasting the 2014 World Cup in 4K. This means that everyone working with a 4K television by then (read: everyone with bottomless wallets) will be watching this Brazil-based sporting event inside Japan next year. So those of you with an entertainment establishment of any kind (sports bars, we're looking at you), you'll want to think about which model you want to pick up between here and then.

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Westinghouse 110-inch 4K TV eyes-on: massively giant

Westinghouse 110-inch 4K TV eyes-on: massively giant

There's nothing quite like a war between television manufacturers to bring our the WOW factor at CES, and this year's Westinghouse presentation includes quite the looker - a 110-inch 4K TV that'll just swallow your room up whole. This machine is not yet ready for the market, but certainly will be soon - coming in at a cool $300,000 USD when you want to pick yours up with your life savings. Of course this machine isn't exactly built for the everyday consumer, but getting up close and personal with it will br bringing on the heat to anyone's eyeballs and brain.

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Sony One-touch NFC remote mirroring Hands-on

Sony One-touch NFC remote mirroring Hands-on

Remotes only have a few select uses for our TVs these days, even with smart TVs, but the folks from Sony are changing how we use and perceive our remotes. At CES Sony announced a few new remotes that pack more than just some batteries inside, instead we have NFC support for easy mirror mode capabilities. Read on for all the details.

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