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Sceptre U550CV-UMR+ 55-inch 4K UHD TV unveiled

sceptre-u550cvI suppose the reign of Full HD TVs are about to come to an end – if they haven’t yet done so already. After all, 4K Ultra HD (UHD) TVs are starting to catch on, although their pricing might just make them out of reach for the ordinary person on the street at the moment, but rest assured – just like Full HD TVs in the past, we do expect to see a higher level of adoption down the road as broadcast technology also moves in tandem. Sceptre is a name that is commonly known to deliver quality TVs without breaking the bank, and their latest effort is cutting edge in the form of the Sceptre U550CV-UMR+ 55-inch 4K UHD TV.

This unique 4K UHD TV will arrive packed with cutting-edge technologies for amazing image quality and theater-like surround sound. In fact, one of the major reason as to why the Sceptre U550CV-UMR+ is capable of delivering an outstanding visual experience is its ability to show off a screen that is 4 times sharper and clearer than traditional Full HD units, making it sharp and clear enough to spot the edges of a snowflake – or perhaps to play the role of a ninja with heightened senses as you see a single leaf move – of all places, in the forest.

All of these are made possible thanks to a flawless Ultra High Definition (UHD) 3840×2160 resolution panel, in addition to SRS TruSurround HD that delivers immersive audio so that your ears, too, will not be neglected along the way. As for connectivity options, fret not – there will be a fine selection of HDMI ports that delivers maximum connectivity, as well as MHL technology, so that consumers can display their MHL enabled smartphone’s content to a larger display while charging the device. Not only that, the U550CV-UMR+ also boasts of UHD Upscaling, which is a new technology that enhances non 4K content to increase image quality – similar to Full HD upscaling that we have seen in the previous generation of TVs. There will be a quartet of HDMI ports that will keep this TV company.

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