Intex Launches New Range Of Affordable LED TVs In India

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Intex Technologies has launched it's new range of LED TVs in India. The line-up includes LE23HDR06-VT13 (23 inches), LE20HDR05-VT13 (20 inches) and LED 1601 ME13 (16 inches) and are available introductory price ranging from Rs 7,499 to Rs. 12,499/-.

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Intex Launches New Range Of Affordable LED TVs In India

Commenting on the launch; Nidhi Markanday, DGM - Business & Operations, Intex Technologies Ltd. said "LED TV's in India are strongly emerging as a dominant growth category and the demand is expected to only grow in the coming years. These launched models are feature rich and are meant for the price conscious consumers. With these launches and many more planned in the coming months, we are endeavoring to reiterate Intex's commitment of offering technology at an affordable price".

With the introduction of these newer televisions, Intex is targeting 100 crore revenue and has strategic plans of expanding the vertical through launch of newer models in the coming months. In the next year Intex will aim to sell over 1 lac units of television sets and double the revenue contribution to 200 crores by 2014-15.

Intex Launches New Range Of Affordable LED TVs In India

The new LED models will come with Eye Safe T Matrix for eliminating lags, improving response time and to reduce strain on the eyes. Adding to the list of features, the models have auto channel search, auto volume leveler, digital noise reduction, sleep timer, headphone, wide view angle option amongst others.

Key Features Of The LED Models

HD ready with USB video playability

HDMI Input

Clear picture with AV stereo sound O/p (up to 10W)

Decent viewing angles

Lesser Response Time

Digital Noise Filter

Smart Power Saving

Full video playability through USB 2.0

The new LED TV line-up is available through more than 12000 distributors and retail outlets, 40 Intex Square and more than 200 hypermarkets across India.

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