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Kodak launches HD LED TVs, starting at Rs 13,500

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Aug 11, 2016, 4:08 pm IST
Updated Aug 11, 2016, 4:30 pm IST
Kodak has announced five HD LED TVs varying over a range of 32, 40 and 50-inches.
The product range will be made available on all online e-commerce platforms starting with Shop Clues, Flipkart and Amazon.
 The product range will be made available on all online e-commerce platforms starting with Shop Clues, Flipkart and Amazon.

Super Plastronics, a Kodak brand license partner, has launched its Kodak HD LED TV in India.

The company has announced five HD LED TVs varying over a range of 32, 40 and 50 inches. Within this line up, the Kodak Smart HD LED TVs (3 models) will offer internet connectivity and Wi-Fi capability.

 

The Kodak 32HD X900S and Kodak 40 FHD X900S are normal TVs sets. While, the 32-inch offers 250 nits display brightness, the 40-inch version TV sports 300 nits of Samsung display panel. Both the variants sport USB to USB copy and some in-built games.

The Smart LED TV variants includes Kodak 32 HDXSMART, Kodak 40 FHDXSMART and Kodak 50FHDXSMART. The three Smart TVs sports 512MB RAM, a 4GB of flash storage, Air Mouse feature, MHL and a Samsung display.

The HD LED TVs with wide 178X178 viewing angles, offers intelligent features such as ‘Progressive scan’, ‘YPrPb resolution’ and response time less than 8 ms. In terms of connectivity the televisions support HDMI, USB and VGA ports as well as others. In addition, the smart version also sports Wi-Fi connectivity. The televisions are supported by ARM Cortex A7 and Android 4.4.

The product range will be made available on all online e-commerce platforms starting with Shop Clues, Flipkart and Amazon. However, Shopclues will be launching the 32-inch series exclusively on its site. The sale of televisions will begin post August 15, 2016.

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