The Yogesh Bhatia led company had last launched a 19-inch TV at a price tag of Rs 3999 in the country
Detel seems to be riding on the popularity of ongoing Cricket World Cup in England. The company has launched a 43 cm (almost 17-inch) LED TV at a price of Rs 3,699 in the country. Dubbed Detel D1 Star TV, the company has also equipped it with an in-built game. Electronics For You was the first one to break news about Detel’s plans of launching a new TV around World Cup in India.
Interestingly, this Detel TV has now become one of the most affordable LED TVs available in the market today. Yogesh Bhatia, founder, Detel, had recently told Electronics For You that Detel aims to empower Indians with TVs in every home. He had said that a lot of people in the rural areas of Bihar, UP and other states in India had no access to TVs and Detel aims to provide TVs to these people at affordable costs.
Yogesh Bhatia told Electronics For you, “India has a population of almost 1,350 million people, out of which around 400 million, are yet to be connected. Detel’s vision is to connect these people. Keeping affordability in consideration, we have launched this affordable 17-inch LED TV in India.”
Detel D1 Star LED TV features
Detel D1 Star LED TV comes equipped with a 43-inch FHD panel that offers a resolution of 1920X1080 pixels. The company is promising on year onsite warranty with the TV. This latest TV from Detel features two speakers which give an output of 5W each.
The company claims that the TV is compatible with PCs and has a HDMI Port and USB multi media support as connectivity options. It is to be noted here that Detel’s last affordable TV offering, Detel D1, was launched at a price of Rs 3,999. The Detel D1 Star TV is priced Rs 300 lesser than Detel D1.
Headquartered in Gurugram, Detel is a two years old consumer electronics brand, which primarily deals in TVs, mobile phones and mobile accessories in India. Yogesh Bhatia is also the brain behind Preloved Devices portal in India. Preloved devices retails refurbished smartphones in the country. It started operations just last month in India.