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CES 2014 to bring as many as 150 new Ultra HD TVs

06
Jan
2014

In 2013, an estimated 60,000 TVs with Ultra HD (4K) resolution were sold around the world. This year, the Consumer Electronics Association expects that figure to balloon to 500,000 and by 2017, the CEA expects 3 million Ultra HD TVs from companies like Samsung, LG, Sony and more to be sold worldwide. Dropping prices will be a big contributing factor to the growing popularity of televisions that pack 4K panels, and so will the increasing competition in the emerging space that is set to kick off this week at CES 2014. According to a presentation given by the CEA’s chief economist Shawn DuBravac, we should see about 75 new “UHDTV” sets unveiled this week in Las Vegas. Including including hardware rollouts, distribution

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