Phone maker InFocus forays into home entertainment segment in India

By: GizBot Bureau

    After creating a buzz with its quality line-up of mobile handsets in India, the US-based visual communication giant InFocus on Friday announced its foray into the home entertainment category with the launch of new-age LED TVs.

    Phone maker InFocus forays into home entertainment segment in India

    The company has also introduced a 'free demo at home' initiative to revolutionise the online shopping experience. The service is launched exclusively with Snapdeal, under which the customer can experience the demo of InFocus 50-inch Full HD TV at the convenience of their home, the company said in a statement.

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    "We are excited to announce our new range of LED TVs for the Indian consumers. We have used the best display panels in our TVs, which ensures that the viewing experience is at par with what any global player can offer, in this category," said Sachin Thapar, country head, InFocus India.

    Phone maker InFocus forays into home entertainment segment in India

    With Japan-made "Gen 10 Sharp" panel on InFocus 60" Full HD TV, user can be sure of getting immersed an enchanting and immersive viewing experience. Another key feature is the use of Smart UV2A technology which eliminates light leakage due to the special pixel structure.

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    This technology creates low-reflection and balanced brightness by absorbing all unwanted light. The complete range of InFocus LED TVs includes entry-level HD offerings to the most high-performing full HD variants across 60", 50", 32" and 24" screen sizes -- available exclusively on Snapdeal starting February 29.

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