TCL introduces "Health TVs" this Diwali
23 October 2007
Mumbai: TCL India Holdings Pvt Ltd., part of the emerging global consumer electronics maker from China, has introduced "Health TVs" on the occasion of Diwali. The company also announced a free medical check-up this festive season for all its customers.
Speaking on the occasion, Rajesh Rathi, vice president of sales at TCL India Holdings said, "These Health TVs come with a special TCL X-guard, which is a special X-ray protection technology that protects the viewer from high-energy waves emitted from the TV due to unsteady voltage. We have also taken a step further and would be offering our customers a Free Medical Check up."
TCL is an emerging global major with a brand valuation of over $4.7 billion, and a presence in over 100 countries. It has four state-of-the-art research and development centres in key strategic locations.
TCL says that in the last 26 years, it has become the largest manufacturer of television sets in the world, with sales of 21 million sets in 2006 alone.
TCL''s global expansion plans have witnessed the company''s entry into the Indian market by through a 100 per cent subsidiary, TCL India Holdings Pvt. Ltd., in September 2004. TCL commenced the manufacturing of colour televisions, followed by air conditioners, washing machines and small home appliances. The company has 24 branch offices spread across the country, with a dealer network of over 5000, supported by 127 service franchisees.
TCL has brought to the Indian market, a wide range of consumer electronics that include 25 models of colour televisions, five models of LCD TVs, two models of projection TVs, six models of DVD players, eight models of washing machines, eight models of split air conditioners, and an extensive range of innovative small home appliances. TCL Health TVs come at a starting price of Rs5000.