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Seiki 4k 39inch Led TV for £249.00 @ Pixmania

£249.00 @ Pixmania
You can't really go wrong with a 4k tv at this price. The only downside maybe the lack of hdmi 2.0 but many 4k tvs at mucher pricepoints don't have them. Specs: Screen size (diagonal): 39" (98 cm)…
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2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago
You can't really go wrong with a 4k tv at this price. The only downside maybe the lack of hdmi 2.0 but many 4k tvs at mucher pricepoints don't have them.

Specs:
Screen size (diagonal): 39" (98 cm)
Resolution (HD): 3840 x 2160 pixels (Ultra HD 4K)
Frequency: 120Hz
HDMI: x 3
USB: x 2

Description:

With this TV from Seiki, enjoy image quality that's 4x higher than HDTV 1080p thanks to Ultra HD 4K.

This 39'' tv has a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and LED backlighting.

It features 3 HDMI, 2 USB and is compatible with JPEG and MP3 for enjoying photos and music on the big screen.

This television is an imported item. Click to learn more: UK residents / IE residents.
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#1
I've never heard of them ? I think I've said that before ?
2 Likes #2
"You can't really go wrong with a 4k tv at this price"

Yes, yes you can.
#3
Reading on Amazon.com
It's OK as a non-gaming monitor

But a lot of failures out of the box by the looks of it
#4
Might be on a downward spiral with Pixmania as the retailer but it looks a good price for a 4K screen
#5
I watch everything in Freeview hd is 4k a big difference in picture quality ?
#6
As far as Im aware there are no 4K transmission channels as yet only 4K video players.Even HD channels transmit at a lower quality then true HD

Edited By: arachnoid on Dec 04, 2014 18:56
#7
arachnoid
As far as Im aware there are no 4K transmission channels as yet only 4K video players.Even HD channels transmit at a lower quality then true HD

Well netflix 4k is a thing and there are 4k blu rays.
#8
YouTube does 4k too. This almost seems worth it just to see how it is then resell it as the gimmick that 4k is.
#9
GrantG182
YouTube does 4k too. This almost seems worth it just to see how it is then resell it as the gimmick that 4k is.

I don't get it when people say 4k is a gimmick. Its an upgrade in resolution its not like curved tvs etc.
#10
Pixmania seikie. Or whatever.
Great combination.
1 Like #11
Got this tv last week. Can't recommend it highly enough, although I've only used it for steaming, not gaming.
#12
It steams? Vegetables?
#13
jackbremer
It steams? Vegetables?
lol
#14
This was £299 at Asda on Black Friday, almost bought one, silly me.
#15
I just wonder how much is it to return the TV to pix if it goes wrong :D costing the same as the TV itself? :p
#16
Worst picture ever (4k wise)
#17
Pix=cold
4k on 39" = Bit pointless??
#18
japes
Pix=cold
4k on 39" = Bit pointless??
A lot of people are using it as a monitor so not useless for those.
reviews are mixed looking at youtube videos.
amazon is a good place to look as well as there were over a hundred, more positive than negative.
Still after a 4k but the 30hz when connected to a pc is the big problem. Other things that have put me off on this one are pixmania (i have never used but reviews are bad), build quality seems a problem along with dodgy firmware which does odd things.
#19
Nice to use as a monitor for CAD work and the like. Bit useless for gaming, being limited to 30Hz at 4K etc. Will do 1080p at 60Hz though, should look rather nice too lol.
1 Like #20
What do people want for £250 I have this tv it's got a good picture on freeview only downside is no smart, no freeview hd

You will get a 4k up scaling hdmi lead too which are £40 alone normally

Only issue I have is limited video support only some divx work but when they do the quality is really good!
#21
jackbremer
It steams? Vegetables?

With this lack of heat it'll barely get to a simmer let alone steaming :)
#22
Pixmania avoid at all costs
1 Like #23
GrantG182
YouTube does 4k too. This almost seems worth it just to see how it is then resell it as the gimmick that 4k is.


You obviously don't understand technology if you think 4k is a gimmick.

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