TPV India launches new LCD TVs and All in One PCs

MUMBAI: TPV Technology, one of the largest manufacturers of display products, has announced the launch of a new series of AOC LCD TVs and AOC All in One PCs (AIO).

AOC, which is the in-house brand of TPV Technology, has been present in India for more than four years, following the launch of their computer monitors in September 2005. It boasts of the widest range of LCD monitors in the country.

AOC’s latest offering, the LCD TV series ‘Nautilus’, will be launched in 22” / 26” / 32” and 42” screen sizes this month. AOC Nautilus comes in a stylish, high gloss piano finish with a red and black dual coloured bezel and is available in Full HD and HD ready formats, with a contrast ratio of 50,000:1. 
Other features include surround sound, real colour engine, USB cinema and HDMI input. The USP of AOC Nautilus is the USB Hub present on the side, which makes it very easy for users to connect their other AV gadgets. AOC plans to pitch in the entry level full feature 22 inch LCD TV at price point of approximately Rs 13,000.

TPV Technology Group director and head of TPV operations for India, Middle East and SAARC Countries Mukesh Gupta said, “Like All other AOC products, AOC’s feature rich and performance driven Nautilus LCD TV range is pegged to break into the LCD TV market. We are specially focusing on customers who intend upgrading from a CRT to LCD TVs. In line with this spectacular deal, we are also offering three months replacement warranty and an extended two years warranty across all AOC LCD TV’s.”

Meanwhile, the All in One personal computer – M222T is a super slim, touch screen PC with Intel core-2 processor. The M222T is a high-end ‘Full HD’ PC with Windows 7 Premium, touch screen, 500 GB HDD, Wi-Fi, Web cam, SRS, low power, DVD and USB hubs.  
AOC‘s All in One PC’s are available in two sizes, 18.5” and 22” and in four different variants offering both Intel and AMD Processors and varying hard disk options. AOC plans to pitch in its feature loaded 22” touch screen AIO at a price of Rs 50,000.

AOC is also launching four new LED monitor series in 2010 – Series 37, Series 39, Series 40 and Series 41. All four series would be available in an ‘ultra thin’ look, and in a range of sizes starting from 18.5” up to 24”. Promoting ‘AOC’s Green IT’ positioning of low power consumption, and zero radiation, lead free and mercury free models, all these monitors are EPEAT Gold certified. They also have built in I Care sensor, which automatically cuts down on monitor brightness with respect to ambient light available.

Gupta added, “AOC’s latest LED Monitor series with its slim outlook and high contrast ratios would not only offer a new viewing experience to our customers but would also provide them with an eco friendly power saving product.”

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