Japan based electronics manufacturer AKAI launched two new LED TVs in India. The specification of both TVs is same, but the main difference is of size of screen that varies according to the price. The 32 inch screen size version of TV comes worth INR 22,990 and the 29 inch screen size version comes worth INR 19,990. And the 29 inch version has special Blu ray USB feature that allows the user to enjoy playback of Full HD movies straight on the LED TV through the provided USB slot.The model number of both TVs are LED32E13 and LED29E13 respectively. AKAI is the largest electronics manufacturer of Japan from over eight decades. AKAI launches this two new models of TV during the IPL season 2013. AKAI keeps IPL in it mind because cricket is favorite sport of India and it aims cricket lovers to watch IPL on these TVs.
Talking about specifications both TV comes with 1366 x 768 pixel resolution with LED display. Both have USB port and HDMI input, and some other features are PC Compatible, Natura Light Technology with Dynamic Backlight, Vivid Colour Technology, Auto Search, Low Energy Consumption, 3D Comb Filter, Adaptive/3D Deinterlacing, Dynamic Skin Correction, 3D Dynamic Noise Reduction, Multiple Sound Effects. These features are same in both LED, but 29 inch version also comes with USB Blu Ray Player that will allow you to watch any kind of HD movie in any format.The LED TVs are equipped with wide viewing angle and 16.7 million display colours, which further enhance the picture details like colour saturation, sharpness & luminance.
Mr. Pranay Dhabhai, MD, Akai India said, “Cricket is India’s favorite sport and IPL is one of the biggest celebration of cricket in India, it is a mass-media event and excellent opportunity to connect with customers. The entertainment quotient during this time of the year is very high, therefore Akai has launched two new LED TVs keeping in mind the needs and preferences of the Indian customers. The new range is performance oriented and uses Akai’s state-of-art technology to deliver best picture at affordable prices.”