Seiki SE39UAO1UK 39 Inch 4k ultra High definition TV £299 @ Asda instore
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Seiki SE39UAO1UK 39 Inch 4k ultra High definition TV £299 @ Asda instore

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Found 27th Nov 2014
Also Galaxy Note : £149 . The TV has some really good reviews

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supermod

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Instore only?

The Seiki Digital panel pushes 4K content out at 30Hz, or 30FPS, which is just bad, bad, bad for games.

Read more at tweaktown.com/rev…tml

Can't seem to find out much info on this TV. Is it smart, wifi and Freeview HD?

roboraver

The Seiki Digital panel pushes 4K content out at 30Hz, or 30FPS, which is … The Seiki Digital panel pushes 4K content out at 30Hz, or 30FPS, which is just bad, bad, bad for games.Read more at http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/6020/seiki-digital-se39uy04-39-inch-4k-ultra-hd-led-panel-review/index3.html



aren't many games 30fps? like Destiny. Either way, rubbish TV but slap a 4K badge on any screen and people will want it.

friday or sat?

Who-ki?

If it was 60Hz at least - with my discount and christmas bonus nonsense, this would have been a no-brainer..

roboraver

The Seiki Digital panel pushes 4K content out at 30Hz, or 30FPS, which is … The Seiki Digital panel pushes 4K content out at 30Hz, or 30FPS, which is just bad, bad, bad for games.Read more at http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/6020/seiki-digital-se39uy04-39-inch-4k-ultra-hd-led-panel-review/index3.html




I have a 980 and can't run much at 4k 60 so it's not an issue in this console life at all.

roboraver

The Seiki Digital panel pushes 4K content out at 30Hz, or 30FPS, which is … The Seiki Digital panel pushes 4K content out at 30Hz, or 30FPS, which is just bad, bad, bad for games.Read more at http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/6020/seiki-digital-se39uy04-39-inch-4k-ultra-hd-led-panel-review/index3.html



LOL who would play PC GAMES on a TV? especially one this big? PC games are for monitors. Preferably IPS monitors.

Also, i feel liek i hacve to remind you, Consoles (Xbox One/ PS4) are NO WHERE NEAR pushing 4K. 1080P at 60fps is no problem on this tv. The 4k is mainly for Movies which are 24FPS anyway. So there really is no problem.

I had thought of buying this for the last two months so snapped one up from Asda Filton, Bristol. Great display BUT two larger screws to connect base to TV were NOT self threading like the other (shorter) 6 and thought they must screw into a metal nut embedded into the plastic .

No such luck - these last two out of four screws had no nut to bite into and so Telly wobbled on its base. (Great display though).

Took it back and decided to buy another another from ASDA Cribbs Causeway, Bristol as I thought they might be from a better batch...

THis one came without the bag of instructions, no batteries for the remote; no AV cable connectors; no HDML cable; and no little bag of screws for fitting the base! Nothing at all!

Really shoddy quality control . They are now assembled in Port Talbot Wales but they haven't been going long and it seems they have a SEVERE QUALITY ISSUE.

If you must buy then assemble it in-store to make sure all is as it should be.

This has been reduced to £249.99 in store now. Grabbed one today & so far really happy with it.

You need 14Gb/s for 4k @ 60hz, double that for 120hz, so you would need 28Gb/s. As far as what's available on the consumer end at the moment HDMI 2.0 is 18Gb/s, Thunderbolt 2 is 20Gb/s and DisplayPort 1.2 is 21.6 Gb/s. Until DisplayPort 1.3 comes out with it's 32.4Gb/s throughput, it is literally impossible to run 4k @ 120hz or even 100hz.

I almost bought one of these as a monitor, then my brain switched on

mikewadkins35

I have a 980 and can't run much at 4k 60 so it's not an issue in this … I have a 980 and can't run much at 4k 60 so it's not an issue in this console life at all.



Yeah, it is. I can't even be bothered explaining why, just do some reading.

coool121212

LOL who would play PC GAMES on a TV? especially one this big? PC games … LOL who would play PC GAMES on a TV? especially one this big? PC games are for monitors. Preferably IPS monitors. Also, i feel liek i hacve to remind you, Consoles (Xbox One/ PS4) are NO WHERE NEAR pushing 4K. 1080P at 60fps is no problem on this tv. The 4k is mainly for Movies which are 24FPS anyway. So there really is no problem.



I feel like you should remind yourself how to spell properly, rather than trying to take the p*ss.

for whoever moaning about 30hz/60hz difference, most guys don't play TV game.
so there's no difference as long as you don't play game, right?

Paddy3118

I had thought of buying this for the last two months so snapped one up … I had thought of buying this for the last two months so snapped one up from Asda Filton, Bristol. Great display BUT two larger screws to connect base to TV were NOT self threading like the other (shorter) 6 and thought they must screw into a metal nut embedded into the plastic .No such luck - these last two out of four screws had no nut to bite into and so Telly wobbled on its base. (Great display though).Took it back and decided to buy another another from ASDA Cribbs Causeway, Bristol as I thought they might be from a better batch...THis one came without the bag of instructions, no batteries for the remote; no AV cable connectors; no HDML cable; and no little bag of screws for fitting the base! Nothing at all!Really shoddy quality control . They are now assembled in Port Talbot Wales but they haven't been going long and it seems they have a SEVERE QUALITY ISSUE.If you must buy then assemble it in-store to make sure all is as it should be.



Just bought one in Glasgow and mine had everything and is working a charm! Even came with an hdmi 4k upscaler cable and an ordinary hdmi cable.

link goes to asda

sweeten16

Just bought one in Glasgow and mine had everything and is working a … Just bought one in Glasgow and mine had everything and is working a charm! Even came with an hdmi 4k upscaler cable and an ordinary hdmi cable.

HDMI upscaler cable???

ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha........

Is it any good for ps3 gaming

Hello, I spotted one of the Seiki UA39 39" 4K TVs in Asda, just before Xmas, and it was £299. I managed to find the Lenovo mini displayport-to-HDMI adaptor on eBay for about £20, and that was all I needed to hook it up. Yes, it is only a 30Hz display, so this might hurt your eyes an won't be suitable for anyone trying to work with video or for gaming, but for general home office use, especially if you have to create diagrams etc as I do , then it is fantastic value for money. A large screen consumes quite a lot of power, so it's good that this also has an auto-power off feature after a couple of hours' use ...

Highly recommended, if you're using it to be more productive, and if combined with a desktop manager, like Dexpot, you can have a number of 4k desktops - one per project ... great for those with too much work to do...

Regards
Joe
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