Retro TVs have gained a lot of attention in the recent past. This might be nostalgia for a time and age when TVs actually looked good. Recently, LG has gone retro with the retro inspired flat panel featuring the ‘70s wood grain look. Seiki has also chosen to go double retro on their new HDTV that goes back to the iMac era in the ‘90s.

According to a press release, the new HDTV is available in a variety of retro colors such as Mid-century Yellow, Retro Red, Electric Blue, Cadillac Pink and Doo-wop Purple. The retro design comprises of a throwback power as well as volume dais.

It also features modern components including Full HD 1080p resolution, diagonal LED panel, HDMI, 60Hz panel refresh rate, remote control and VGA ports.

The most eye catching feature is the bottom-heavy design as well as its overall square appeal. These features make it look similar to the old 4:3 display. If you are looking for a low cost, colored TV for your kid’s room, then this should definitely be your choice.

The retro design HDTV will initially be available in red color at an MSRP of $329. It will be available in, Fred Meyer stores and other selected national retailers.

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