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Consumers watching shows on TV to 23 per cent from 52 per cent over the past year as they prefer to view it on laptops and smartphones

prograf annual cost There has been a significant dip in the number of consumers watching shows on TV to 23 per cent from 52 per cent over the past year as they prefer to view it on laptops and smartphones, says a survey. “Consumers increasingly prefer to watch TV shows on devices such as laptop and desktop personal computers and smartphones,” according to…

LG Electronics showed off a ‘wallpaper’ thin television as TV makers

go here LG Electronics showed off a ‘wallpaper’ thin television as TV makers vied for the spotlight ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show officially opening here on Thursday. As in years past, the South Korean consumer electronics giant staked out the opening slot in a day rich with back-to-back press briefings by industry titans. LG and rivals…

how much energy their high-definition screens devour by designing them

source An environmental group accused three major television manufacturers on September 21 of misleading consumers and regulators about how much energy their high-definition screens devour by designing them to draw less power during government testing than in ordinary use. The Natural Resources Defense Council concluded that the TVs made by Samsung, LG Electronics and Vizio saddle…

Kodak launches HD LED TV

levitra prices walgreens Super Plastronics, a Kodak brand license partner, has launched its Kodak HD LED TV in India. The company has announced five HD LED TVs varying over a range of 32, 40 and 50 inches. Within this line up, the Kodak Smart HD LED TVs (3 models) will offer internet connectivity and Wi-Fi capability. The Kodak…

Micromax ‘s Smart LED TVs launched

enter site Homegrown consumer electronics firm Micromax on August 10 announced the launch of its Canvas range of Smart TVs in India. The Canvas Smart LED Television range, which would target the urban consumers, will be available in three size variants exclusively available on e-commerce platform Flipkart. The 32-inch variant will cost Rs 19,999, the 40-inch variant…

LeEco introduces its Super3 TV

follow url China based internet ecosystem company, LeEco has launched a new line of smart televisions for the Indian market starting from 59,790. The televisions will be available from company’s own e-commerce website LeMall and Flipkart. Dubbed as the LeTV Super 3 series, the TVs will come in three variants, Super3 X55 priced at Rs 59790, Super3…

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