I have Seiki 4K TV and a Sandisk Extreme II SSD. I want to connect them together to play 4K content that I shoot. So the connection has to be super fast to be able to play the 4K content. I know I can not do it with HDMI 1.4 or USB 2.0. Any ideas?
It says the Sony media player will erase any drive connected to it and doesn't support uploading files from an external drive.
From the Notes at bottom of page:
"The media player does not support uploading content that is already saved on an external hard drive"
You'll need some kind of digital media adapter(DMA), like Sony 4K Ultra HD media player mention by Hovsep A above, or a computer with HDMI 1.4 or higher or DisplayPort/Thunderbolt that can handle ultra high definition(UHD/4K). I don't know of any DMAs that does but there might be. Apple computers with retina-displays should support this resolution via Thunderbolt to Displayport.
The SSD can be put into a external drive case that supports high enough transfer-speeds to handle the video sourcem, such as USB3,eSATA or Thunderbolt or simply be installed in a computer.
Sony 4K Ultra HD media player
Credits to Hovsep A for finding the Sony 4K Ultra HD media player
you should look the manual of the Seiki 4K TV so to get idea of SSD hard drive compatibility,
I think HDMI 1.4 for 4K TV supports only 24FPS? it is HDMI 2.0 for 60FPS
HDMI 1.4 provides a maximum bandwidth of 10.2 Gbps which is more than twice that of USB 3.0's throughput (5 Gbps).