Polaroid might be a name that many of us are familiar with, especially with the older generation when it comes to instant photos, but times have certainly changed. Polaroid has managed to navigate through the tricky waters of evolution, and are diving into more than instant digital cameras, but have also started to roll out their very own take of a smart TV as well. In fact, the company has begun to ship Chromecast built-in Smart TVs recently.
The Polaroid range of 4K UHD LED connected TVs are available for purchase via Evine (evine.com), and all of them will sport Chromecast built-in. This particular move allows consumers to have an affordable option when it comes to streaming their favorite content in stunning ultra-high definition, while the range is also able to stream content from popular entertainment, music and movie apps. The presence of a built-in decoder will also enable users to stream in 4K UHD, now how about that when it comes to versatility in entertainment?
Scott W. Hardy, Polaroid President and CEO, shared, “We’re excited to be working closely with Google to bring our first 4K UHD connected TV line to consumers. By teaming up with a company such as Google, we are able to offer consumers the latest in TV technology so they can easily share and enjoy their favorite content, and more importantly, deliver tremendous value to those looking to upgrade to a higher-resolution.”
Your eyeballs will be treated to four times the resolution of a full HD TV (3840 x 2160), as the Polaroid Smart TV delivers fluidity of motion, 120hz refresh rates and exceptional clarity with more than 8 million pixels. HDMI inputs featuring HDMI 2.0 deliver optimal digital video and audio performance using a solitary cable. The upgraded bezel design as well as contemporary TV stand lets the 4K UHD connected TV range fit in perfectly regardless of the home theater system or décor around your pad.
Available in sizes of 43”, 49”, 55”, 65” and 75”, with an asking price that ranges from $499 to $1,999, why not get your new Polaroid Smart TV today?