By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : Wednesday, April 19, 2017 - 12:12
The 32-inch TV comes with a price tag of Rs 17,990, while the 40-inch TV is priced at Rs 25,490.
Usha Shriram Enterprises Pvt. Ltd and Videotex International Pvt. Ltd., has announced the launch of a new Panther TV series in India which consist of a Smart HD and Full HD LED television in the 32-inch and 40-inch sizes. Both the TVs are available on Amazon and Paytm with a price tag of Rs 17,990 for the 32-inch variant, while the 40-inch TV is priced at Rs 25,490.
Starting with U42U4S 40-inch Smart Full HD TV, the device comes LED display panel and has a screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The TV is equipped with a host of interesting features including a web cruiser remote, A plus Grade panel, screen mirroring and HRDP technology. Furthermore, the TV also has 2 HDMI, 2 USB, 2 AV, 1 RF, 1 PC Audio Input connectivity ports and 20W audio output. The TV features a wide viewing angle at 178°/178° and comes with a 1 Year warranty. The 40 inch TV comes with an external speaker slot.
Moving on, the UV3230S 32-inch Smart TV boast an HD display with a screen resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. Other features include A plus Grade (zero Brt Dot) panel, with a wide viewing angle of 178°/178°, HRDP technology, power audio, eco vision, wireless headphone control, screen capture and M.Cast (screen mirroring). The smart TV comes with 2 USB and 2 HDMI ports, also providing multi-media playability, multi-display function and browser support.
Both the variants come power packed with 1 GB RAM, 4 GB Internal storage, air mouse and SD Card Slot. Videotex International Pvt. Ltd recently announced its alliance with Usha Shriram Enterprises - its LED's and Multimedia speakers division where all branding and marketing activities are to be conducted by Videotex.
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