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Philips launches 'Eye-Fi Plus' Flat TV

10-August-2004
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Philips launches 'Eye-Fi Plus' Flat TV

Philips India has launched the 'Generation Next' 21PT Real Flat TV on Monday. The model features the latest 'Eye-Fi Plus' technology with external sub-woofers for definitive and uninterrupted viewing and sound experience.

The 'Eye-Fi Plus' has unique features like DigiSignal Meter, DigiContrast+, Intelligent TV and Personal ZAPPA, which intelligently adjust parameters like signal quality, brightness, contrast and sharpness.

Do the 100-odd channels make surfing a torturous experience? If so, Philips Eye-Fi Plus is the answer with its Personal ZAPPA feature, which helps arrange channels or teletext services. The technology can group up to 10 channels or teletext pages and provides one-button access to them.

Said Suresh Sukumaran, Senior GM, TV Marketing, Consumer Electronics, Philips India, "Philips has always striven for meaningful innovations and designed to make things better for people. The launch of 21PT 4443 reinforces Philips' commitment to enhance the overall viewing experience for its customers."

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