To mark the beginning of the festive season, Lloyd has introduced five 3D LED TVs at an event held today in Mumbai, India. The festive range 2011 comprises 3D LED TVs of screen sizes ranging from 24-inch to 55-inch which was unveiled in the presence of its brand ambassador Karan Johar.
The stylishly designed panels of these televisions are said to blend with any living room setting. The 24-inch LED TV with certified A grade panel and the 32-inch variant are embedded with a single USB port, whereas the 40-inch, 46-inch and 55-inch LEDs boast of two USB connectors. In addition to this, all devices come with VGA and HDMI ports ensuring connections to laptops, netbooks, tablets, etc.
“The market is growing rapidly and we are confident that our range of products will be welcomed by consumers. Diwali being the biggest buying season in India we are very bullish on sales this year. We are assuring our customers best in class quality with our state-of-the-art LED televisions and are therefore happy to announce Rs. 1 Crore ‘quality challenge’ for our customers. Our televisions promise the viewers the true magic of cinema,” commented Nipun Singhal, President, Lloyd Electric and Engineering Ltd.
The 40”, 46” and 55” Lloyd 3D LED TVs offer Full HD resolution of 1080 x 1920 along with a high contrast ratio of 1,00,00,000:1. Additionally, they are embedded with a touch button on their screens. Further the integrated Ps40 capacitor cuts back on the electricity consumption of these televisions by about 60 percent. Employing Clear Motion Drive, these 3D LEDs claim to enable clear viewing.
The Lloyd 3D LED TVs are priced between Rs. 15,000 and Rs. 1,25,000. They are available through more than 2000 Lloyd authorized outlets around the country.