Mitashi Launches 50-inch 4K UHD LED TV At Rs 99,990 in India

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Mitashi has now joined the league of 4K UHD TV makers like Samsung and LG. This week the company has launched its first 4K Ultra-HD LED TV via third-party online retailer Snapdeal at a price of Rs 99,990, which is comparatively cheaper than the ones coming from Samsung and LG. But the official price of the TV is Rs 109,990.

Mitashi Launches 50-inch 4K UHD LED TV At Rs 99,990 in India

It is a 50-inch MiE050v01 4K model that boasts of a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and offers all the functions and features that a smartTV offers.

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"We have been in the flat panel market for some years now, but I feel that now we are in a position to change it. Getting this type of technology is unheard of in this price range," said Rakesh Dugar, Chairman & MD, Mitashi Edutainment Pvt. Ltd. in a statement.

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On the connectivity front, the Mitashi 4K LED TV offers USB movie plug-and-play feature that can play up to 27 movie formats. Other features include three HDMI inputs, a PC input and dynamic contrast ratio of 400,000:1, Super slim metal panel, 16:9 aspect ratio, Plays over 27 movie formats, Three HDMI inputs and also comes with a PC Input.

Mitashi also said the MiE050v01 4K has a 176-degree (vertical and horizontal) viewing angle. It comes with a support stand, weighs 19.4kgs (without stand) and measures 1120x68x 661mm without the stand, as per the Snapdeal website listing.

"We are proud to release such a high quality product that has everything going for it: 4K resolution, connectivity options, 3-year warranty and a tempting never-before price tag," said Mr. Rakesh Dugar, Chairman & MD, Mitashi Edutainment Pvt Ltd in a statement. "We have been in the flat panel market for some years now, but I feel that now we are in a position to change it. Getting this type of technology is unheard of in this price range."

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