Published on November 10th,2012 at 11:01 AM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

Hitachi Debuts Fall 2012 Line of 3D Smart TVs with Roku-Ready and Next Generation HDTVs

Hitachi Debuts Fall 2012 Line of 3D Smart TVs with Roku-Ready HDMI and Next Generation HDTVs

Hitachi America today announced its fall 2012 line of beautifully designed 3D Smart TVs, UltraVision UltraThin LED TVs and LCD High Definition Televisions (HDTVs) that display spectacular colors and sharp pictures to brighten any home. With its next generation HDTVs, Hitachi accurately recreates even the minutest of details from any content. Offering Smart 3D TVs and ROKU-ready streaming options, Hitachi televisions are designed to meet the next generation tech-savvy lifestyle and deliver the best home entertainment experience possible.

Hitachi UltraVision UltraThin LED televisions render vivid, sparkling Full HD 1080p picture quality at 120Hz/60Hz refresh rates to deliver flawless performance and exceptional clarity.

Hitachi’s UltraVision UltraThin LED TVs include the W806 Smart 3D TV series in 48- and 55-inch screen sizes, offering 120Hz refresh rates for 3D content, built-in WiFi and IPTV connectivity. Encased in an elegant, high gloss piano black bezel, the W806 models feature Full HD 1080p and come with two pairs of 3D glasses for truly immersive and realistic 3D entertainment,. With an MHL-compatible HDMI input, the S606 Series is one of the first Roku ready televisions on the market, allowing users to add the Roku Streaming Stick for direct control of a wide variety of streaming content. The S606 also features a 120Hz Full HD 1080p panel and meets the government’s ENERGY STAR 5.3 standard for power consumption. The series comes in a platinum finish in 42-, 46- and 55-inch screen sizes with Hitachi’s E-LED UltraThin Bezel measuring less than an inch.

The Value Series in the other hand offers three options – the S406, H306 and H316 – all with an ultra thin bezel, surround sound and Dolby Digital. The S406 comes in a platinum finish and 32-inch screen size with 60HZ 720p. Featuring a black bezel, the 29-inch H306 delivers 720p HD resolution and a 60HZ refresh rate. The H316 offers three sizes at 29-, 32- and 39-inches with 60HZ and Full HD 1080p. All three sizes come with Long Life LED Edgelight, PicturePerfect Video Processor, PC Input via RGB and a Sleep Timer for ultimate convenience.

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Hitachi Debuts Fall 2012 Line of 3D Smart TVs with Roku-Ready and Next Generation HDTVs
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Comments
 

  • Antoine

    I though Hitachi was leaving the TV business?

    When will they finally understand they should focus on other products than TV…

    There cannot be that many TV makers in Japan: Hitachi, Toshiba, Panasonic, Sony, Sharp (oops), Mitsubishi (ooops)

  • GordanShumway

    I for one am glad Hitachi stayed in the TV business; they’re
    one of my favorite brands. They have the truest colors and deepest blacks of
    just about any TV out there, and with this new model I purchased last week, two
    of my four HDTVs are Hitachis. I recently picked up the 55 inch model, and love
    it. I decided to buy a fourth TV after picking the DISH Hopper about a month
    ago. The Hopper allows full HD and complete DVR access and functionality on
    four separate sets, and with only three, we were running into DVR timer
    conflicts and shows were getting skipped. When I decided to pick up another set
    and started doing my research, a coworker of mine here at DISH recommended
    Sony, and though they make a great TV, they also cost much more than the
    Hitachi I went with. Once I got the Hopper running on all four sets it ended
    the timer conflicts we’d been having, and also allowed everyone to watch their
    favorite shows and movies in full HD. This Hitachi is great, too; five stars!

 

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