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TCL Smart TV And AC Combo Announced, Discount On Roku Smart TV

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TCL, television and consumer electronics company, has announced a new Smart TV and AC combo offer for the Indian market. Under the combo offer, people can buy a TCL Smart 4K TV and TCL’s AI Ultra-Inverter ACs at Rs 59,990. The TCL Smart 4K TV series includes features like 4K UHD panel, Android TV operating system, support for apps like MX Player, Top Scholars, and more. It also comes with the built-in Google Assistant allowing viewers to quickly access entertainment and control other devices within their home.

TCL’s AI Ultra-Inverter AC, on the other hand, is powered by artificial intelligence and offers the right mix of smart connectivity, high performance, low power consumption, and durability. It also comes with AI Ultra-Inverter Compressor technology.

The AC also supports Google Assistant and TCL Home app for smart connectivity. It even allows users to connect the TCL Smart AC to TCL Smart TV.

Commenting on the ongoing promotion, Mike Chen, General Manager, TCL India said, “We are delighted to bring fresh offers on our existing range of AI x IoT 4K Smart TVs and Smart AC in a bid to increase our association with consumers. At the same time, we wish to remind our consumers that we are a constant partner in their comfort and entertainment, and stand by them in this time of global crisis. We thus introduce some of our bestselling Smart TVs and Smart ACs at a very attractive price to help you stay connected with the latest news and updates in the comfort of your house.”

Additionally, on  Amazon, you can get the 49-inch TCL smart Roku TV for $230, down from a list price of $293.48.

Built right into the TV’s software, Roku’s awesome user interface makes it easy to navigate through content and keep all your cord-cutting services in one place (and it’s just as good for managing cable, antenna, consoles, and more). An included Roku remote, which has a simple button layout and handy controls, helps you move around within that interface, and you can also control it directly from your phone or other mobile devices. For private listening—which is extra handy in tight shared spaces—you can plug headphones into your mobile device and use that instead of your TV audio.

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