A 4K TV for the price of an iPad!

Written by RedShark News Staff

Seiki/RedSharkCheapest 4K computer monitor

 

If you're in the US and you want to sample the delights of 4K without spending a fortune, there's never been a better time than this!

We just wanted to mention that we've seen this offer that appears to be real on Amazon. If it's true, it's not only the cheapest 4K anything by far, but it's something that in the rarified world of extremely high resolution is an absolute impulse buy.

It's the Seiki Digital SE39UY04 39-Inch 4K Ultra HD 120Hz LED TV.

It's not really big enough for your living room - not if you want to see any difference between 4K and HD - but it's absolutely the right size if you want a gigantic computer monitor with a resolution that's four times that of a "normal" computer monitor.

Right now, it's in stock.

We wonder whether this is going to stay around for long. Perhaps there's a new model coming. Either way, we've heard that these screens really aren't bad and are definitely worth the money. We've spoken by email briefly to the company and we'll be interviewing them soon for RedShark. We want to know how they can make pretty decent 4K sets so cheaply!

Just in case you want to try one out, here's the link to their (US only) Amazon page. Sadly, they're not available in Europe yet, but we'd be surprised if that didn't change soon.  

(If you are stuck in Europe, it's still cheaper to jump on a plane and bring one of these back with you than to buy absolutely anything else!).

Is 4K perfect, or pointless, or both?

 

Tags: Studio & Broadcast

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