Acerlaunched an affordable range of smart TV series in India.
- The smart TVs are available in four sizes, 32, 43, 50, and 55-inches.
- All the smart TVs feature dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and 30W speakers that support Dolby Audio.
The Acer brand on Tuesday launched new affordable I-series TVs powered by
The TVs, which start from Rs 14,999, are available on major e-commerce platforms and offline retail stores, the company said in a statement.
The I-series will be available in four sizes. The 32-inch model has a high-definition display resolution, while the 43-inch, 50-inch and 55-inch models were launched in an ultra-high-definition display.
All models come with Dual Band WiFi, and 2-way Bluetooth features. They are also equipped with powerful 30 watt speaker systems and support Dolby Audio.
“With the I-series, we are introducing a very strong set of options to customers looking for exceptional quality TVs that not only address their entertainment needs but also give them options to use their TV for others as well,” Anand Dubey, Founder and CEO, Indkal Technologies Pvt Ltd which manufactures the Acer brand in India, told IANS.
“The chipset has been greatly upgraded over the previous generation of products which will greatly improve the performance of the picture and sound output,” he said.
The series offers an edge-to-edge display with a frameless design that continues the nearly bezel-less display.
The I-series has also significantly upgraded picture quality with an improved wide + color gamut that delivers more than a billion colors in display, HDR 10+, super brightness, increased black level and 4K upscaling and much more.
It also offers built-in Smart Blue Light Reduction technology to reduce blue light exposure to the viewer’s eyes.
Dubey said the company will launch a wave of new models in the next month.
“There will be a wide range of options in a wide range of product specifications, right from the type of display, to audio options and also the performance and connectivity aspects of the products,” he said.
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