Noble Skiodo SmartLite 24″ and 32″ HD LED TVs launched at Rs 6,999 and Rs 8,999

“The Noble Skiodo SmartLite 24″ and 32″ LED Smart TVs include integrated Wi-Fi connectivity, Miracast, pre-loaded YouTube, and more.”

Noble Skiodo has launched its latest smart HD TVs in India, under its SmartLite series. The Noble Skiodo SmartLite series now includes the NB24YT01 and the NB32YT01, which offer screen sizes of 24 inches and 32 inches, respectively. Both these TVs offer smart connectivity, along with additional features in an affordable overall package. While the Noble Skiodo SmartLite NB24YT01 (24-inch) is priced at Rs 6,999, the NB32YT01 (32-inch) has been priced at Rs 8,999.

The new TVs offer smart connectivity with an integrated Wi-Fi modem. They are pre-loaded with apps such as Twitter, YouTube, and Miracast. Along with the Wi-Fi connectivity, the TV gets Miracast support, which essentially allows you to mirror any smartphone screen on the television to get a larger view of what you’re playing on your device. Both the TVs get HD resolution display panel with ‘Samsung screen cells’ for backlighting.

Noble Skiodo_NB32YT01

The TV also gets a LAN port for wired internet connectivity, as well as two HDMI ports for simultaneous connectivity with a set-top box and a console. It also gets a USB port for playing recorded content that you may have with you. Both the TVs also feature 20W integrated stereo speakers.

The Noble Skiodo SmartLite 24-inch and 32-inch TVs also offers low power backlighting on its panels, and the company claims that it uses Epoxy PCB in the build — a material that is moisture-free and is resistant to the impact of high humidity on internal components. Noble Skiodo is also offering complementary doorstep delivery of the TVs to any of its customers, cost included with the TV’s MRP.

The new Noble Skiodo SmartLite televisions will be available only on Flipkart, and you will be able to buy them from April 1st. The company is also offering free installation services, with the purchase of these TVs.

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