Hitachi 55" Class 4K Ultra HD TV - 55C60
Why We Love This
This 4K UHD TV infuses sports, movies and TV shows with remarkable detail and clarity, thanks to the 4K PicturePerfect processor, a swift refresh rate and three state-of-the-art HDMI inputs.
About this item
- Hitachi LED TV
- Best 55-inch 4K TV
- LED backlight
- Dynamic contrast ratio of 3000:1
- 3 HDMI ports
Televisions advancements have made great strides over the last ten years. From the first LED flat screens to Ultra HD, the pictures are sharper than ever. The Hitachi 55" Class 4K Ultra HD TV - 55C60 brings images to life.
What Is 4K Ultra HD?
The Hitachi 55 is a 4K Ultra HD television. This description refers to the resolution which is 3,840 x 2,160 pixels giving it a total of around 8.3 million pixels across the surface of the screen. The added pixels give your display a sharper detail on imagines. It also helps bring out the depth and texture of the video as your watching it. It helps to make the show seem more lifelike, as though you are watching it live and in person. The images have four times as many pixels as traditional full HD.
What Are the Dimensions of the Hitachi 55" Class 4K Ultra HD TV - 55C60?
Diagonally, the screen on the Hitachi 55" Class 4K Ultra HD TV - 55C60 is 54.6 inches. It has a width of 48.84 and can be mounted either on the enclosed stand or a wall mount with a pattern of 400 x 200. If you use the attached position, it has a height of 30.2 inches. Without the stand, it is 28.75 inches high. Without the stand, it is 2.44 inches deep, and with the stand, it is 10.25 inches deep. Overall the television weighs 30.64 pounds. You should always make sure to mount the TV using the proper tools and mounting bracket.
Is the Hitachi 55 Inch a Smart TV?
The Hitachi 4K Tv is not a smart TV. There is no Wi-Fi capability nor is there an Ethernet port to hook in your Internet. There are no applications to download or cast onto this television. You can, instead, hook in a Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, or Google Chromecast device using one of the three HDMI ports located on the television. These devices allow you to connect your television to the streaming services you love. With most of them, you can also access the Internet to browse websites and play YouTube from the comfort of your living room.