Sceptre televisions are manufactured by Sceptre Incorporated, a producer of consumer electronics that is headquartered in the City of Industry, Calif., as of 2014. The company was founded in 1984, and their products are distributed by major retailers such as Amazon, Walmart and Costco.
Sceptre televisions are developed by an internal research and development team. In 1984, Sceptre Incorporated released its first line of televisions using CRT technology. Between 1993 and 2014, Sceptre's research and development divisions have played a part in developing technological standards for televisions, such as LCD displays, LED displays and the integration of LED screens with touch panels for the HDTV format.Learn More
Insignia televisions are part of Best Buy's house brand and may come from a variety of different manufacturers. Much like house brands at the grocery store, Insignia products are the result of contract deals with manufacturers to produce cheaper products for sale under a different brand name.Full Answer >
Curtis televisions are made by a Canadian company called Curtis International Ltd. The company is based in Toronto, Canada, and manufactures consumer electronic products. It was founded in 1990 and has been in business for over 20 years.Full Answer >
Element televisions are made by the Element Electronics company. As of 2014, Element Electronics is a new company that assembles many of its televisions in the United States. Its stock consists of LCD and LED televisions, and it also offers televisions with built-in Roku features.Full Answer >
Seiki is an independent company headquartered in Diamond Bar, California; however, Seiki's parent company, Tongfang Global, Inc., manufacturers the televisions in Beijing, China. Seiki claims to manufacture its own televisions to cut out the middleman and to cut costs.Full Answer >