3 Days to go: Find Out Why the 'Future is Big'
3 Days to go: Find Out Why the 'Future is Big'
NEW DELHI, August 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
It is being speculated that Internet and ecosystem conglomerate LeEco is all set to
launch its Super TVs in India. The company started its operations in the country early
this year by launching Le 1S Superphone and has already established itself in the
smartphone space. With the launch of TVs, it will be expanding its reach in the Indian
market by catering to a new product category. It is expected that LeEco will be offering
large screen TVs at disruptive prices.
Five important things to keep in mind when buying a TV:
The consumers in India today are completely spoiled by an abundance of choices. There
are many brands that are offering TVs with innovative features, various sizes and wide
price range. Apart from prices and features, another important aspect of the TV buying
process is the placement of the TV - whether it will be placed on a table or mounted on
the wall. Additionally, while buying a TV, one also has to make sure that it fits well
with the overall décor of the room and does not have any dangling cables.
To help you pick a perfect Television, here are five things that one should consider
India is a price-conscious market. Though we would want our TVs to be future proof and
pack in all the latest features, we also want it to be easy on the wallet. Factors such as
cashbacks and online discounts should also be considered before zeroing on your final
Manufacturers today offer TVs ranging in sizes from 22 to 120-inches. However
consumers are mostly looking at 32 to 65-inch TV sets. And in the past few years, buyers
for TVs above 40 inches have been constantly increasing.
When considering about buying a TV over 32 inches, one should look at picture
resolution as well. In the Indian market, one can currently have HD ready, Full HD and UHD
(4K or higher) resolutions. TVs that are HD ready display a minimum 720p picture, and
generally have a screen resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. Meanwhile, Full HD TVs have a
higher resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The resolution of 4K is exactly four times higher
than full HD - 3840 x 2160. This translates into far more detailed picture.
Another technology that often comes with high-end TVs is HDR or High Dynamic Range.
Being touted as the next big thing in TVs, HDR produces astounding levels of visual
fidelity and can be found in some of the latest UHD TV.
Nowadays it is highly advisable that you do not go for anything less than full HD. If
you are looking at future proofing yourself, 4K TV is worth the buy.
Consumers today prefer to watch their favourite content at their convenient time.
Therefore, one must look at having TVs that come with bundled content. Some Smart TVs
offer native apps to facilitate people to enjoy content that they would want to watch, but
LeEco is offering a Supertainment Ecosystem with an integrated content one-stop experience
to its users.
For the smartphones, LeEco Supertainment membership program is offering a vast content
library of 2000+ movies, 3000+ hours of curated shows, 150+ live TV channels and 1.9
million songs with lossless audio quality. Additionally, members can get access to
exclusive live streaming of major entertainment events and music concerts worldwide along
with 7500+ hours of world class entertainment. LeEco also offers users a chance to tune
into top international live concerts - live and offline. With its TVs coming to India,
this already vast library is expected to grow.
Another important aspect while buying a TV is its color performance: how bright and
solid it is. It will be good to know how natural richly saturated images are and how
genuine natural skin looks, especially in dim scenes.
Just like in computers, speed now matters even in TVs. One must check out the CPU and
GPU that are powering the TV. CPU determines how fast a TV can process information while
the GPU plays an important part in ensuring that you enjoy a crystal clear image.
If you want to enjoy a blazing fast multitasking user experience with your smart TV or
smooth viewing of ultra-high definition shows, extra-powerful processor and a competent
GPU is what you should be looking for.
We hope you keep the above points in mind when buying your next TV. And most
importantly, do not miss your date with the 'Future is Big'.
LeEco, formerly known as Letv, is a global pioneering Internet and technology company
with multiple Internet ecosystems across content, devices, applications and platforms.
Founded in November 2004 by Jia Yueting and Liu Hong, LeEco employs more than 10,000
people and is the world's first video company to go public with a market capitalization of
more than $12 billion USD. Headquartered in Beijing, China, it has regional headquarters
in Hong Kong, Los Angeles and Silicon Valley.
With 'Complete ecosystem, groundbreaking technologies, and disruptive pricing' as the
guiding principle, LeEco is engaged in a myriad of businesses, spanning from
Internet-based Super TV and Superphones, video production and distribution, smart
devices/accessories and large-screen applications, to e-commerce and even connected
super-electric cars. The company also features one of the world's largest content
libraries, comprising of movies, TV dramas, entertainment shows, sports and music, which
can be conveniently viewed on LeEco products, including the Superphones, Super TVs, and in
the near future, Le Autos. Breaking the barriers of industries, LeEco provides
personalized products and services for an enhanced user experience at disruptive prices.
Aaron Samuel Rajendran
Le Ecosystem Technology India Pvt. Ltd.