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@Kaustubh Katdare • 17 Mar, 2014 • 2 likes
The all new Seiki U-Vision HDMI cable can easily convert any HD video into a 4K ultra HD video on the go! The Godsend for those who recently bought 4K TVs home and already done streaming most of 4K content on YouTube is now available in the US markets for just $50. That's definitely not a big price to pay to enjoy your existing HD content your new 4K TV in all its glory. The chord will convert HD video from your set top box, blu-ray player or gaming console to eye-popping 4K resolution video.

The U-Vision can even transform your 720p videos into full HD 1080p. It features adaptive sharpening of videos and noise reduction technology to offer you the best possible video experience. Seiki had first demonstrated the converter at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January 2014 and impressed all viewers.


The U-Vision will ship in two variants; as a standalone HDMI cable and an HDMI up-conversion adapter. It uses Marseille Networks VTV-1222 chip for video processing to output Technicolor certified native 4K video.

With 4K fighting hard to become the de-facto standard of videos; U-Vision provides a much needed relief to all the 4K TV owners by allowing them to view their existing HD content in 4K resolution. The cable will help solving the problem of storage of 4K content which eat up huge space on the storage media. Considering all these benefits, we believe $50 isn't a big price to pay. We would welcome your opinions on U-Vision below.

Source: Engadget

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