Mitashi Launches New Smart TVs

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Mitashi, the Indian technology manufacturer recently launched the latest additions to its range of Smart 4K LED TVs. Available in two sizes, 55 inches and 65 inches, the television screens have arrived just in time for the festive season! But before you go out and buy one of these new TV screens, here are a few details you should know.

Both of the screens have the same features, in fact the only difference between the two is the sizes. The Smart LED TVs from Mitashi both have a 4K screen, with a resolution that is of 3840 pixels by 2160 pixels.

These TVs are fitted with Smart capabilities and connectivity. Powered by the Android OS, the Mitashi LED TVs allow users to access the Google Play Store. So you can now download games and even applications like YouTube, Google, Facebook, Gmail, Twitter and others. The TVs remote also doubles up as a game controller and a tool to navigate through apps on the Smart TV. Alternatively you can also use the Mitashi’s wireless Air Mouse, which is offered with the TV set.

Packed with a RAM of 1GB and an internal storage capacity of 8GB, this TV allows you to store videos, images and other data. The TVs memory capacity can even be upgraded via an external card. While the TV functions smoothly most of the time, the 1GB of RAM can be limiting at times and make your TV slow down when using certain apps like heavier games.

Using the TVs inbuilt WiFi connectivity, you can also access streaming service like Netflix, Voot and other online content. You can also cast the display of your smartphone onto the TVs screen. This will even let you use your phone as a TV remote.

The TV screen has two inputs, one for an HDMI cable and a USB port for pen-drives and other USB connected devices. Mitashi is offering a warranty of up to three years for both their screens.

One drawback of Mitashi’s new products is the price tag that comes with them. Priced at Rs. 67,990 for the 55 inch screen and Rs. 1,10,990 for the 65 inch model, these screens are a little more expensive than those from other budget brands like LeEco and VU.

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by techtalks @TechTalks November 9, 2016 4:48 AM UTC

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