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Seiki U-VISION™ 4K Up-Conversion HDMI Accessories Arrive And Offered Free To Seiki 4K Customers

Technicolor 4K Image Certified Seiki HDMI Accessories Optimize HD Video into High-quality 4K Ultra HD

DIAMOND BAR, Calif., March 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- To unlock the full potential of 4K Ultra HD TVs, Seiki (www.seiki.com) delivers the U-VISION line of 4K up-conversion HDMI® accessories with the power to optimize HD video for 4K Ultra HD screens. For a limited time only and while supplies last, Seiki 4K customer who already purchased a Seiki 4K Ultra HD TV or plan to in the near future can redeem their gift from Seiki by registering at http://bit.ly/U-VISION by April 30, 2014, to receive a U-VISION 4K Up-conversion HDMI Adapter.

Technicolor 4K Image Certified Seiki U-VISION 4K HDMI Up-conversion Cable

"Seiki introduced the U-VISION line of 4K HDMI accessories at CES 2014 with high praise, and we pledged to make the exclusive technology available to everyone, especially to those who have supported the Seiki brand with a purchase of a Seiki 4K Ultra HD TV," said Frank Kendzora, executive vice president at Seiki. "The greatest benefit of U-VISION is that it makes 4K Ultra HD TVs more practical now—even without 4K content. Full HD content is optimized and can look near native 4K in picture quality using U-VISION."

Designed for use with 4K Ultra HD TVs, U-VISION HDMI accessories up-convert HD content from cable box or Blu-ray™ player into high-quality 4K Ultra HD. U-VISION products are available as a standalone HDMI up-conversion cable or HDMI adapter without cables. The accessories dramatically enhance image quality, performs edge restoration and noise reduction, and improves texts for better on-screen and subtitle viewing. Seiki U-VISION are the first HDMI accessory products to deliver the Hollywood video experience certified by the Technicolor 4K Image Certification program.

Both U-VISION products support 1080p up-conversion to 4K video signals up to 30 Hz. U-VISION video processing key features include:

  • Up-conversion of 1080p content up to 4K Ultra HD
  • Up-conversion of 720p content up to 1080p
  • Adaptive edge enhancement of lines and curves for improved video and user interfaces
  • Adaptive sharpening and noise reduction to refine video content
  • Low-latency processing for HD video gaming
  • Brightness, contrast and saturation improvement

Seiki U-VISION 4K Up-conversion HDMI accessories are currently available for purchase at Amazon.com, Newegg.com and Fred Meyers stores at MSRP of $49.99 for the cable version and $59.99 for the adapter.

About Seiki
Seiki (pronounced "SAY-key") represents a new way of thinking in consumer electronics. Seiki offers straightforward, reliable digital entertainment experience that is affordably priced and backed by comprehensive customer support.

Featuring a one-year replacement warranty, Seiki markets a full range of high-definition LED televisions that feature 4K Ultra HD and Full HD 1080p resolutions. Seiki 4K Ultra HD TV was recognized and presented with the ninth annual POPULAR MECHANICS' Breakthrough Awards as one of the top ten products setting benchmarks in design and engineering today.

The company also markets an audio product line that includes multi-channel stereo sound bar solutions and portable Bluetooth® speaker models. Seiki products are available at select authorized national in-store and online retailers. For more information about Seiki and its complete list of North American retail partners, please visit www.seiki.com.

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