InFocus today launched 40 inch FHD LED TV in India. With the new launch of 40 inch, InFocus is now available in 24”, 32”, 40”, 50” and 60” LED TV with price ranging between 9,999 and 69,999. Loaded with advanced technology and latest features, InFocus LED TVs are targeted at customers looking for big screen home entertainment experience at an affordable price. InFocus TVs carry the hallmark of American design innovation and quality standards.
The 40 inch FHD TV from InFocus offers the most true-to-life picture quality, with stunning brightness, exceptional contrast and the most lifelike colors for a breath-taking clarity. Priced at 23,990 the 40 inch LED TV comes with introductory launch offer of 1+2 years extended warranty.
Sachin Thapar, Country Head, InFocus, said “40 inch is a sweet spot in the LED TV market, witnessing huge demand from customers who are looking at newest in TV technology and features at an affordable pricing. This is where our new addition to the LED TV line up- 40” Full HD TV fits in. The TV comes with FHD resolution, superior contrast ratio and Smart UV2A technology for stunning viewing experience.
Amit Bansal, Head – Large Appliances, Flipkart said, “InFocus has been a big hit amongst the India audience since its launch last year. We are happy to announce the exclusive launch of LED 40-inch full HD TV range. This new offering combines the best features and technology and is available to the customers a great price point. We are positive that this product will set its own niche in the Indian LED TV market.”
With Full HD (1920*1080) resolution and A+ grade bright panel on InFocus 40 inch Full HD TV, user can be sure of getting spectacular viewing experience. Another key feature in 40 inch TV is the use of Smart UV2A technology which eliminates light leakage due to the special pixel structure. This technology creates low-reflection and balanced brightness by absorbing all unwanted light. It, therefore, helps in protecting the eyes during long TV watching hours and is especially beneficial for kids who are glued to the TV screen for a long time.
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