It does seem as though Sceptre is working on increasing its selection of Roku Ready, energy efficient HDTVs, through the introduction of the brand new 50-inch LED HDTV that will boast of SRS TruSurround HD Sound technology. Even better news for your wallet would be this – the new Sceptre LED HDTV will come with an estimated yearly energy that costs a mere $16.70, which is not even enough to purchase you a nice meal with starters and a drink to cap it all off at a fancy restaurant in town. Known as the Sceptre X505BV-FMDR, it would be the ideal choice for those who want to experience an outstanding multimedia experience in the home without having to break the bank.
.The Sceptre X505BV-FMDR will not shortchange its owners, as it comes packed with features. Sceptre’s latest HDTV will boast of extremely slim borders, in addition to a brushed textured bezel as well as the incorporation of technologies such as SRS TruSurround HD Sound so that user audio enjoyment is increased, while MHL technology is there to connect mobile devices to the HDTV.
Just how does MHL technology work in the first place? It will directly connect mobile devices to the HDTV using a solitary MHL cable, where it will then transmit up to 1080P high-definition video and surround sound audio all the while simultaneously charging the connected mobile device. With MHL connectivity, users are able to share and play games, watch videos, view photos and display all media from a portable device directly to the Sceptre 50-inch LED HDTV.
The Sceptre X505BV-FMDR will feature 50” of crystal clear, 1080P 1920×1080 resolution, in addition to a true widescreen 16:9 ratio. Apart from that, it will come with a trio of HDMI ports which would enable users to connect multiple devices at the same time without having to disconnect and exchange cables. The entire shebang measures less than 4 inches thick and has a rated LED backlight life of over 50,000 hours. The asking price? A highly affordable $699.99 a pop.