Hitachi Debuts Fall 2012 Line of HDTVs

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Hitachi Debuts Fall 2012 Line of HDTVs


Hitachi-3D-Smart-TVs-2012-small.jpgHitachirecently announced its fall 2012 line of 3D Smart TVs, UltraVision UltraThin LED TVs and LCD High Definition Televisions. Offering Smart 3D TVs and ROKU-ready streaming options, Hitachi televisions are designed to meet the requirements of the tech-savvy lifestyle.

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Hitachi UltraVision UltraThin LED televisions render 1080p picture quality at 120Hz/60Hz refresh rates.

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 a high gloss piano black bezel, the W806 models feature Full HD 1080p and come with two pairs of 3D glasses for 3D entertainment,. With an MHL-compatible HDMI input, the S606 Series is Roku ready, 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 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.

Hitachi has also released a complement to the HDTV viewing experience, the 32- and 40-inch class Sound Bars with CONEQ 3D Sound technology, delivering a natural sound stage for smooth and clear sound reproduction. The Hitachi Sound Bars feature four high efficiency full range speakers and two high frequency tweeters with state-of-the-art Class D digital amplifiers. The Sound Bars can also be used to stream music files wirelessly from compatible mobile phone or other Bluetooth devices.
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