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EXPIRED: Seiki SE50UY04 50-inch 2160p 4K Ultra HD LED TV

This deal expired Mar 11.
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50.0" Display - 3 HDMI Ports - LED-LCD - 120Hz
Seiki SE50UY04 50-inch 2160p 4K Ultra HD LED TV
list price:$1,299.99
expiredMar 11
shipping:Free store pickup
price history:
  1. $607.302014-01-16T07:49:32-08:00
  2. $695.362013-12-09T04:20:10-08:00
  3. $769.982013-12-04T18:24:47-08:00
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      Past Editor’s Notes and Discussions

    • Mike Paddock
      Mike PaddockJan 16, 2014when the price was $607.30

      If you're looking into buying a new TV you've probably thought about buying a 4K Ultra HD. This Seiki 50-inch dropped to $607 at Amazon - a new low by $88. Next best price online from a reputable seller is $1,000 or $393 more.

    • Mike Paddock
      Mike PaddockDec 09, 2013when the price was $625.37

      One of the cheapest 4K TV's on the market right now. This 50-inch Seiki dropped to $625 today at Amazon, and there's free shipping. For most of November, this sold at Amazon for over $1,000.

    • Viet Do
      Viet DoDec 04, 2013when the price was $699.99

      Sears has this 50-inch Seiki 4K Ultra HDTV for only $699.99 with free in-store pick up or $70 shipping. This is the lowest price yet and makes for a decent Cyber Week deal.

    • Mike Paddock
      Mike PaddockNov 18, 2013when the price was $721.99

      Today Sears has a 50-inch Seiki 4K TV for only $722 with free store pickup. Next best price online is $1,221 or $429 more. Gets a 4.1/5 star customer rating at Amazon.

    • Daniel Brasher
      Daniel BrasherAug 22, 2013when the price was $899.00

      TigerDirect's giving you this Seiki 4K set via eBay for the lowest price yet, and $400 off the current next best price. Sure, you can't do higher than 30Hz refresh at full 2160p thanks to HDMI 1.4's bandwidth limitations, but that works just fine for regular computer work. Lots of people have made this a giant monitor very successfully, and when you want to game or watch Blu-rays, you can always step down the resolution to "normal HD" to increase refresh. Solid 4/5 stars on Amazon.

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