By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : July 11, 2017 10:08 am
It available at retail stores in southern and western markets of India. Additionally, the TV set comes with 1 + 2 year of extended warranty.
Truvison, a Europe based consumer electronics and appliances Company launched its 50 inches Full HD Smart TV- TX5067. Priced at Rs 46,999, it available at retail stores in southern and western markets of India. The TV set comes with 1 + 2 years of extended warranty.
The 50 inch Smart TV comes with a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels with a slim bezel display. It runs on an optimised Android 4.4 operating system with 1 GB RAM. The company claims an A+ Grade Certified Panel.
Furthermore, the TV is pre-loaded with applications like YouTube, Amazon, Google Play and so on. The Miracast feature in the TV, allows the users for an easy and comfortable connection among the TV and several other gadgets, without wires. It also consists of 2 HDMI ports that connect the TV to a computer, gaming system, DVD player etc.
In addition to this, the set consists of the Android Air Fly Mouse. It is a compact and light-weight gadget which can be used directly by shaking & moving it in the air or by using its keypad feature. The Smart TV also incorporates USB, VGA port, HDMI connectivity that supports various formats of videos, sounds and images.
Commenting on the launch, Saurabh Kabra, Managing Director, Truvision, Eurasia, said “Another power packed addition to our range of Smart TV series is our newest TX5067. The newest TX5067 not only reinforces the brand commitment to technology and innovation but also promises to float such trail blazer gadgets in the market and address consumer needs with changing times.”
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