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Pros: Rosewill usually have good, reliable, and affordable products.
Cons: Not a fan of the design and the keys seem to stick a bit. Pressing a key sometimes causes it to enter twice. The LED lights for the num lock, caps lock, and scroll lock are hard to even see unless you're right over top of the keyboard in daylight. It's just not on par with their other products.
Other Thoughts: Will serve as a backup keyboard, but not as my primary.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Seiki SE42UM Class 4K Ultra UHDTV
Pros: Solid 4K monitor for a great price. Has one HDMI 2.0 port for 60hz on 4K. Easy to use engineer menu, was able to update the firmware and customize the settings to fit my needs to work as a PC monitor.
Cons: I'd only recommend this for the technically inclined. The monitor was close to unusable as a monitor until I installed the beta firmware they have. Out of the box, there was a lot of mouse lag. Completely disappeared with the firmware update running under PC mode, but if you don't feel comfortable updating the firmware on this, then you may want to wait to purchase this TV for now.
Other Thoughts: This is my 2nd Seiki TV. I personally love them, the only reason I docked this a star is because of the firmware that comes preinstalled. If you're technically inclined and feel comfortable using the Engineer menu to update the firmware, then this is the best 4K TV you can get for your money.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Seiki SE39UY04 39", 4K, 120Hz LED-LCD HDTV
Pros: Great for the price. Allows you to easily change firmware and adjust advanced settings through the Engineer menu. 30hz on 4K (limited by HDMI 1.4) is just fine on a standard desktop. You have to change the firmware to get 120Hz on 1080 (Use the 50" firmware or the custom firmware out there via search), but it was pretty easy. I use it to play games at 1080p 120hz, does very well. Videos are usually 24-30fps so normal desktop usage and watching videos at 4K is just fine.
Cons: HDMI 1.4, but the newer model fixes that. If you want 60hz at 4K, you need an HDMI 2.0 TV (and a pretty powerful graphics card).
Other Thoughts: Picked this up last November, just bought another Seiki 42" HDMI 2.0 model this November. I'll stick with the Seiki brand for now, they are no frills but they are cheap and easy to customize.
The reviewers complaining about mouse lag probably have computer issues, the standard 2-3 year old desktop (and most laptops) can't handle 4K.