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Daiwa strengthens its portfolio of AI powered 4K Ultra HD Quantum Luminit Smart Led TV with 43inch ‘D43QUHD-N53’, priced for Rs.26,990/-


Daiwa committed to bring the latest technology to India at budgeted prices, expands its Quantum Luminit Smart TV Portfolio with its newest 109cm(43nches) ‘Quantum Luminit Smart LED TV - ‘D43QUHD-N53’ that offers strong picture quality, great audio and a mostly excellent Smart TV Experience.


The Quantum Luminit 4K LED Smart TV exhibits a sense of sleek sophistication, with metal on the frame design. Featuring a screen resolution of 3840x2160 the Daiwa 4K HDR Technology is embedded with A+ Grade Panel & contrast ratio of 500000:1, that shows more clearer and smoother picture with more real-life details.

Powered by HDRX, the TV brings dramatic contrast and extended color range, that ensures visuals are displayed as its meant to be. Fused with wide colour gamut NTSC 95% that enhances the reds, Greens and Blues, bringing the users more life of an impact on-screen than the resolution increase.

The Built-in 20W Soundbar audio technology, brings theatre like sound effect at home. Power-driven with 1GB RAM & storage space up to 8GB the TV stores Multimedia data and files without the worry of external memory. Engineered with the powerful Android 7.0 NOUGAT, stay glued to your screen, as the TV brings seamless access to unlimited apps, like Netflix, Hotstar and YouTube.

Bringing Smarter controls for smarter viewing, the TV comes with AI Powered Sensy technology (with Voice Command), that works when downloaded on the Smartphone. The Technology creates a TV GUIDE APP that creates a wall of moments directly accessed from the Set-top Box. The Technology also allows users to access Set Top box with TV remote, making it one for all. The Smart TV also comes with a Web Play Remote, which works as an air mouse and also has a QWERTY Keypad for convenience.

The product is already available with leading retail and ecommerce stores in India.

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