LG launches next generation 3D TV
Srinagar, June 21: LG Electronics, global manufacturer of electronics products, Tuesday launched its next generation 3D TV with film patterned retarder technology in Kashmir.
The product will be marketed through a vast chain of about 200 to 250 dealers of the company in J&K.
“The 3D TV is an exciting product by the LG Electronics and we are confident about its success in the market,” said Assistant General Manager Rajendra K. Gupta.
The product is priced between Rs 94,990 and Rs 1.65 lakh and comes in sizes of 42 and 47 inches. “We expect the product would make a Rs 1.5 cr market in J&K by the end of this year,” he said.
According to him, the FPR technology allowed the use of cheap passive 3D glasses, one that is used in movie theaters.
“Compared with conventional 3D glasses on the screen, the LG spectacles on television are more comfortable for the eyes and are without batteries,” Gupta said.
“The marketing ranks and features of the television are similar to the 3D cinema technology. The television is a new generation of 3D display technology that differs from competitor’s product,” Gupta said.
On the occasion, Company’s Area Manager (Sales) in Kashmir, Abdul Quyum said: “The product provides a unique range of 3D viewing experience which can enrich people’s lives.”
He said, “The product comes with a conversion of 2D video into 3D. Most of the TV channels are still using 2D technology so our product covers that challenge through conversion technology”
Quyum said, “The LG manufactures wide range of electronic goods which are available across the Valley at our show rooms and authorized dealers.”
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