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Letv to showcase world’s largest 4K ultra HD TV at CES, Las Vegas

China’s-Letv

New Delhi, Dec 16 : Letv, the leading global technology company will showcase its line-up of high-style, high-tech products at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, from January 5, 2016 onwards, highlighted a media release.

The company will host a media event on January 5, 2016 in Caesars Palace, Las Vegas. The demo of the ecosystem of Letv technology will take place at its booth 21018 located in the Las Vegas Convention Center, South Hall. CES attendees will be the first in the U.S. to lay eyes on Letv’s top-selling Le Super-phones, connected smart bike, and a selection of its most popular lifestyle products.

Letv’s CES booth will feature various models of the brand like 120-inch 4K UHD TV, the Super TV uMax 120.

Following its global strategy, Letv is making concrete moves to expand into the US market and several recent news reports also indicate that the tech giant is actively putting in place a big plan for the Indian market. According to reliable it will be launching its Super-phones and Super TVs in India in January 2016.

Letv will also exhibit its forthcoming connected car technologies in a current model Aston Martin at their booth.

Eric Mika, Senior VP, Letv, said “The year 2016 will be remembered as the time Letv entered the US market, and we’re kicking it off with our debut at CES.”

“We’re excited to show the world how dynamic the Letv brand is and all the new, exciting experiences and innovations our open ecosystem offer consumers – and we’re doing it on a truly global scale,” he added.

Founded by Jia Yueting and Liu Hong in 2004, Letv is a leading multi-national technology conglomerate, best characterized by a comprehensive, vertically integrated ecosystem including platforms, contents, applications and devices, which deliver excellent experience through consistent innovation and creative market disruption. (ANI)