The newly launched Daiwa 49-inch LED TV is priced at Rs 32,990 while the 55-inch variant is priced at Rs 42,990
Daiwa has announced the launch of its ‘Quantum Luminit’ Smart LED TVs in India. The latest launched Daiwa 4K LED TVs include a 49-inch D50QUHD-M10 and a 55-inch D55QUHD-M10. The newly launched Daiwa 49-inch LED TV is priced at Rs 32,990 while the 55-inch variant is priced at Rs 42,990.
The company claims that both the variants are already available for purchase with retail stores and e-commerce websites. In comparison 55-inches Sony Bravia 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV is currently retailing for a price of Rs 95,990 on a popular e-commerce portal. Similarly Panasonic 123 cm (49 inches) 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV is available for a price of Rs 53,990 on the same portal.
Daiwa 43-inches and 55-inches 4K Ultra HD Smart Led TV features
Both the TVs feature ultra slim bezels. The company claims that the incorporated HDRX technology, optimises every scene, every frame and every pixel to render rich colours, contrast and in-depth detailing. The Daiwa 4K HDR technology features a screen resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and A+ Grade Panel that brings a dynamic contrast ratio of 6000000:1.
The Quantum Luminit display is fused with wide colour gamut NTSC 95 per cent that Daiws says enhances the Reds, Greens and Blues. The company asserts that the technology offer users the ultimate picture quality.
Daiwa further claims that the built-in sound bar audio technology ensures that the users get an immersive surround sound experience powered with boosted tweeters and enhanced Bass feature.
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The 4K TVs also offers AI-Powered Sensy Technology (with Voice Command), that works when downloaded on the smartphone. The company says that the technology creates a TV guide app, that creates a wall of moments directly accessed from the Set-top box.
It also allows users to access Set-top box with the TV remote, making it one for all. The Smart TV also comes with a Web Play Remote, which works as an air mouse and also has a QWERTY keypad.