Singapore’s very own consumer tech company PRISM+ launched its first-ever line of DLED Ultra-High Definition (UHD) smart TVs at The Tech Show 2019. Dubbed its E-series range, consumers can now buy a 55″ UHD smart TV for just S$599.
From the people behind Aftershock PC and Omnidesk, the E-series range come in three sizes, 32″, 43″ and 55″ with a 65″ screen on its way sometime next year. From the 43″ onwards, these specialised TVs come with industry-standard features without all the unnecessary frills.
With its HDR feature, PRISM+ TV’s are able to put out up to 400 nits of brightness that enable the graphics to look more natural and real. Consumers can expect exquisite gradations between the highlights and shadows and richer colours.
The E-series range all include IPS panels, a type of LED display panel technology that help to paint the pictures in beautiful colour while providing better viewing angles. This is complemented by its bezel-less screen to provide an immersive experience.
That level of detail has to be put to good use, so why not watch Netflix and Youtube on the built-in 4K apps? Officially approved by Netflix to screen 4K content, PRISM+ allows consumers to simply press the dedicated Netflix and YouTube buttons on their remote to binge their favourite shows with glorious Dolby Audio.
What makes this smart TV so special is that it doesn’t run on the Android operating system (OS), instead PRISM+ has made their own custom OS with its very own app store. While other streaming services such as Spotify and Disney+ are not currently available, their team is taking strides in getting user customisability to its optimum level.
The PRISM+ E-series TVs range from S$239 to S$599 and will be exclusively available on its official website in December 2019. If you want to lock it down early, pre-orders will be open at their Tech Show 2019 booth from November 14 to 17.
|E32 (32′”)||E43 (43″)||E55 (55″)|
|Resolution||1366 x 768||3840 x 2160||3840 x 2160|
|Warranty||3 years||3 years||3 years|
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