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Letv launches world’s thinnest 65″ TV at CES


Las Vegas: Letv, the internet and technology conglomerate, also labelled as the ‘market disruptor’ in China has released the world’s thinnest TV, Max65 Blade at CES in Las Vegas.

The sleek, slim wonder is amazingly just 3.9mm thick or equivalent of two coins.

The thinnest TV, Super 4 Max65 Blade has a separate speaker. This is the 2nd round of new TV release after the company released Super 4 Max70, and 70 inches TV and Super 4 Max 65 Curved, two weeks ago in Beijing.

Letv is the creator and pioneer of the popular ecosystem business model which includes the vertically-integrated online environment complete with content, devices and applications and platforms. The TV sets from Letv therefore have seamless access to the company’s rich content library and a wide range of applications.

At CES 2016, Letv also revealed its co-operation with Faraday Future, a new and emerging electric car project in America. The company also released its latest Superphone, Le Max Pro, which is the world’s first phone that adopts Qualcomm 820 processor.

As the company rapidly expands its footprint into new geographies with a rich product portfolio, it is easy to see that Letv now has renewed vision that is in sync with its global high growth trajectory. This could well mean that Letv recognizes the need for its brand identity to be attuned to the new global reality.

Leshi Internet Information and Technology (Letv), a global pioneering internet and technology company has evolved and diversified to become a pioneer in building an internet ecosystem across content, devices, applications and platforms.

Founded in November 2004 by Jia Yueting and Liu Hong, Letv employs nearly 10,000 people and is the world’s first video company to go public with a market capitalisation of more than12 billion USD. Headquartered in Beijing, China, it has regional headquarters in Hong Kong and Los Angeles.(ANI)

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