2015CES - Sceptre Celebrates 30 Years of Innovation with 4K UHD TVs, Sound Base and Monitor during CES 2015

Selection of superior entertainment solutions on display at the Bellagio Hotel & Casino during CES 2015 from January 6th to 9th

Las Vegas - January 5, 2015 - Sceptre, superior manufacturers of world class displays, celebrates its 30th year anniversary with an innovative lineup of home entertainment solutions, including an 84-inch 4K UHD TV and a 49-inch 4K UHD touchscreen display


On display at the Bellagio Resort & Casino Suites will be an assortment of 4K UHD TVs, 4K UHD displays, and Sound Base systems.

4K UHD TV - Magnificent selection of large screen 4K UHD TVs ranging from 50 to 84-inches in size. Sceptre's large screen UHD TVs feature SRS TruSurround HD technology for immersive sound, a completely redesigned look that saves space, HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 equipped, and a 3840 x 2160 resolution screen that is 4 times sharper and clearer than traditional Full-HD units.

4K UHD Displays with Touch Screen Interface - Click, drag, delete or edit all your files and documents on a large 4K screen ranging from 50 to 65-inches in size. Perfect to create an interactive meeting during a conference, as a digital white board or to display interactive signs, simply connect the display to your computer and let Sceptre's 4K HD display immerse you in crystal clear 4K graphics and put you at the command through a single touch.

Sound Base System - The perfect addition to your home entertainment system, Sceptre's SoundBase pumps out ultra-crisp, room-filling surround sound that complements TVs up to 55-inches or under 65 lbs. Available in a variety of power outputs, Sceptre's stylish SoundBase delivers superior HD sound, connects via Bluetooth, and is the perfect complement to your Sceptre 4K UHD TV.

4K UHD Monitor - Take PC gaming, video watching or even internet browsing to the next level with Sceptre's 4K UHD monitor. Sceptre's 28-inch 4K UHD monitor delivery ultra-clear images and are perfect for any location, including dorm rooms, design studios or businesses seeking to provide the best to their customers.

"2015 marks the 30th year anniversary of the company and our lineup reflects the company's passion for innovative and practical home entertainment products," says Cathy Chou, vice president of operations, Sceptre. "We believe that quality can coexist with affordability and we will continue to push boundaries to provide users with outstanding products."

About Sceptre
Headquartered in City of Industry, California, the hub of the computer industry, Sceptre is an internationally certified manufacturer of world class LCD and LED flat panel monitors. Established in 1984, Sceptre is fully committed to maintaining its status as a leader in the industry by providing the latest advanced technology in LCD and LED displays at affordable prices with tailored service programs. For more information, please visit www.sceptre.com.

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