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Global internet and technology company LeEco on Friday unveiled a new Super4 Series of TVs - Super4 X40, Super4 X43 Pro and Super4 X50 Pro - for the Indian market.
Coming on the heels of the earlier blockbuster X3 Series, the Super4 X "ecotvs" offer 4K Panel with HDR10 and wide Colour gamut, high-end processors and high-speed web browsing, 3D gaming and multi-app operations.
While X40 and X43 Pro have sound certified by Dolby Dts, X50 Pro uses sound design by Harman Kardon.
"As the demand for electronic hardware is expected to zoom to $400 billion by 2020, it is heartening to see foreign companies such as LeEco entering the Indian market and show willingness to invest in the country," Minister of State for Electronics and IT PP Chaudhary told reporters here.
Super 4 X40 is priced at Rs 46,990, Super 4 X43 Pro at Rs 63,990 and Super4 X50 Pro will cost Rs 86,990.
"LeEco is impressed by the digital India Initiative and we as a company have attempted to make our contribution by bringing the latest technology that enhance consumer experience," added Alex Li, Group Vice President and COO, LeEco India.
The Super TVs are available on Amazon and LeEco's own e-commerce marketplace LeMall with attractive introductory offers.
"We are very grateful for the encouraging user response received so far to all our products. We are confident to win accolades from the Indian consumers and tech experts for the newly-launched models," Li added.
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