The Hanoitimes - Three years ago, a 4K 42-inch TV cost VND300 million, but now sells for VND12 million. There are many choices of Ultra HD TVs for a budget of less than VND15 million. LG 42UB700T is the cheapest – VND11.9 million for a 42 inch TV set. A 49 inch TV costs VND1.5 million for an LG 49UF670T model.For VND13 million, Samsung’s 40 inch UA40JU6000 had smart features.Consumers now have more choices than last year, when the only model – LG’s 40 inch 40UB800T – sold for about VND14 million.First 4K TV appeared in Vietnam in 2012 as a luxury product which cost about VND300 million. The products targeted a small group of consumers, while the majority of people still chose LED TV.An analyst commented that 4K TV has become ‘surprisingly’ cheap. It is getting more and more popular, becoming the rival to Full HD TV. With the budget of VND17 million, one can buy Sony’s KD-43X8300C model with 43 inch screen, LG 49UF640T 49 inch, and … [Read more...] about 4K TVs in Vietnam becoming cheaper – Science & Tech
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After several years of sluggish sales, television manufacturers are pegging growth hopes on new technologies that deliver a more immersive and interactive experience and stunningly realistic image displays. LAS VEGAS: After several years of sluggish sales, television manufacturers are pegging growth hopes on new technologies that deliver a more immersive and interactive experience and stunningly realistic image displays. As new TVs were unveiled at this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, it was clear that so-called 4K "ultra high definition" televisions are gaining traction with consumers amid lower prices. "We have seen 4K televisions in the past few years, but this certainly marks the year of them becoming affordable and much of the premium over high-definition vanishing," Reticle Research principal analyst Ross Rubin told AFP. He saw 4K as a major trend at CES, and expected prices for some well-known brands to drop below US$1,000, essentially eliminating the edge … [Read more...] about TV makers out to ignite market with super high-definition
An estimated 150,000 attendees flocked to Las Vegas for the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. And over the course of the week, they traversed nearly 2 million square feet and more than 3,000 exhibition booths– all at the Las Vegas Convention Center and at several nearby hotels. With so much to see, it’s hard to pick a traditional list of “winners and losers” from this year’s offerings. But we’ve selected some of our favorite findings and broken them down into five categories: TVs, phones, games, computers and fitness. In TVs, this year was all about 4K, OLED and Ultra-HD, offering visually stunning images on monster screens with four times the definition of the standard HD TVs. Samsung, Sony and LG all had impressive offerings. Samsung came into CES with huge expectations this year and the early reaction indicates it did not disappoint, particularly with its 85-inch 4K TV. A few companies, including Toshiba, also marched out gargantuan 115-inch models … [Read more...] about Best of CES: Which items made the biggest splash in Vegas?