TV Eyeconiq launched in India; Check price, features, specs

With the festive season round the corner, Videocon has unveiled a range of televisions with Eyeconiq Engine.

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With the aim to target festive season, has launched veiled a range of televisions with Eyeconiq features. Developed in India, ’s Eyeconiq is capable of reproducing upto 100% colours that a human eye can see, claimed company. This bring vastly superior visuals with upto 100% true colours visible to the human eye, bringing even the smallest detail to life and making television viewing lifelike. The primary colours — red, blue and green — are enhanced equally to transport brighter, richer and deeper pictures, with greater clarity and vibrancy, claimed .

The Eyeconiq Engine technology consists of a slew of features guaranteed to turn the viewer’s audio-video experience into a grand extravaganza in the comfort of one’s living room. ‘Eyeconiq Shades’ brings every shade of colour to life with abundant brightness and deep picture contrast. ‘Eyeconiq Radiance’ provides 80 per cent brighter and vibrant pictures than the conventional LED televisions. ‘Eyeconiq Video Engine’ ensures optimised skin tones, and sharper and blur-free images. The in-built 10-bit Eyeconiq Video Engine increases low colour saturation and its unique algorithm eliminates Gaussian, colour and other noises — making both performance and viewing seamless. Here, black is blacker & white is whiter, which increases depth of the picture on screen, said company.

There’s much more to Videocon’s Eyeconiq Engine technology. The Eyeconiq 16 Bit CPU allows viewers to enjoy super smooth video and immersive experience without any lag or jitter, and a best-in-class 16-bit million instruction per second (MIPS) CPU. Another unmatched feature, Eyeconiq Depth Enhancer, delivers shadows and lights, macro shots and silhouettes like no other television.

“With the new Eyeconiq Engine technology, Videocon has set a new standard in the Indian television industry. Our in-house R&D and manufacturing teams have created a vastly superior television that enriches consumer experience like never before. We constantly endeavour to launch new-generation televisions that integrate digital content for the modern digital audience. The Eyeconiq televisions are seamless and stylish, and unmatched by our competition,” said Videocon Industries Business Head Rajesh Rathi.

The Eyeconiq Engine technology-based televisions are available in screen sizes of 80 cm (32”), 98 cm (39”), 108 cm (43”) & 127 cm (50”) at price range starting from Rs.28990/- to Rs.62990/- depending on the screen size.

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