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Who makes Seiki televisions?

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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.

The TVs come in 39-inch and 50-inch sizes and with asking prices of $699 to $1499, respectively. Although the TVs are high-quality 4K LEDs, there are no extra technological frills. Competitors like Sony sell similar TVs with voice recognition, face recognition and other technological advances, but those TVs are also up to five times the cost of a Seiki TV. Despite the televisions not having extra capabilities, the price tag of a Seiki is much more reasonable than its competitors.

Sources:

  1. reviewed.com

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