Ultra-High Definition TVs at Ultra-Low prices, PRISM+ Launches in Singapore
Founded in 2017, consumer tech company PRISM+ has this week launched its first line of affordable UHD smart TVs in Singapore. The E-series range includes a premium 55-inch UHD smart TV at S$599, almost half the price of competitors with a similar product.
The E-series range starting with a 43-inch (HD) TV, includes features such as a native 4K Netflix app, High Dynamic Range (HDR) capability, In-Plane Switching (IPS) panels and bezel-less screens. PRISM+ says it aims to cater to the increasing number of consumers who want to get a UHD viewing experience but are reluctant to spend a premium sum on UHD TVs.
Jon Ng, Head of Sales and Operations, PRISM+, told StereoNET:
There’s an increasing number of consumers who want to get a 4K or UHD viewing experience but are not willing to splurge on TVs. As the availability of UHD TVs have increased dramatically, we can now offer UHD TVs with industry-standard technology at a lower price point in order to cater to these consumers and more.
In Singapore for the launch, StereoNET got up close and personal with the range which includes E32 32-inch HD (S$239), E43 43-inch UHD (S$459) and E55 55-inch UHD (S$599). PRISM+ say a 65-inch version will be available in the future.
Available in December, for now, they will only be available to purchase exclusively from www.prismplus.sg/tvs
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