The company said that it is India’s first 80 cm Quantum Luminit Technology powered TV. It also features a built-in soundbar
Daiwa has launched its 80cm (Approx 32-inch) smart LED TV at a price of Rs 12,990 in India. The company claims that its latest TV features cricket mode, that is especially developed keeping cricket fans in mind. Interestingly, Cricket World Cup 2019 is currently being held in England.
Arjun Bajaj, CEO, Daiwa, said, “We at Daiwa are very aggressive this season, keeping World Cup in mind. If you are a cricket buff and do not like missing out on a second of the game, our D32SBAR Smart LED TV is just for you. Turn on the Cricket Picture Mode & experience reel to real, like never before. The TV with Quantum Luminit Technology and Built-in soundbar sets new benchmark to your Cricket experience.”
The company said that it is India’s first 80cm Quantum Luminit Technology powered TV. It also features a built-in soundbar. Daiwa is retailing the TV using its website and retail network.
Daiwa ‘D32SBAR’ TV features Quantum Luminit Technology
The company has equipped the TV with a 31.49-inch screen that it claims comprises of an A+ grade panel. Daiwa’s official statement read, “With A+ Grade Panel, and 16.7m colors, the Smart TV offers enriching involvement of red, green and blue colour efficiency. The TV is equipped with a 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 Quad-core processor and operates on Android 8.0 version along with 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of ROM.”
It continued, “Supporting the cricket Mode, is the Quantum Luminit Technology fused with Wide Color Gamut (NTSC 90 per cent), that brings ultimate picture quality by combining spectacular details, and striking contrast ratio. Featuring a Stunning 1366*768-pixel resolution, 300 Nits Brightness & Built-in Soundbar, the TV brings the ultimate audio-visual experience in your living room.”
Daiwa’s latest TV supports three HDMI ports, two USB port, Optical Output, Wi-Fi and LAN. Daiwa is also running an offer where in it is offering users one year extra warranty on the TV. However, the users will have to register the product on Daiwa’s India website.