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This IPL Season Enjoy Exciting Deals on Branded TVs

But before you head to the EMI Network to shop, here is a closer look at the top TV models available on the Network and their features, so that you can make the right choice.

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You can also shop for a TV offline by availing in-store financing. Pixabay

With the 2019 Indian Premier League just days away, now’s the best time to make use of money-saving offers on TVs to upgrade yours. Consider shopping for a new TV from the Bajaj Finserv EMI Network and make the most of an additional cashback during the Summer Sale! When you spend a minimum of Rs.20,000 on an LED TV, you can earn a cashback of Rs.1,000.

When you buy a TV from the EMI Network, you can do so on No Cost EMI. This helps avoid the hassles of using a credit card or depleting your savings, since No Cost EMIs for LED TVs start from just Rs.1,999.

 

 

What is the Bajaj Finserv EMI Network and why should buy your TV from it?

Bajaj Finserv EMI Network is an expansive shopping network that has its presence both online and offline. With more than 60,000 vendors in over 1,300 cities offering a million products, you are spoilt for choice. Apart from best selling TVs, the EMI Network also offers a variety of electronics, appliances, clothes, furniture and fitness equipment that you can buy on No Cost EMIs.

You can shop on the EMI Network with an EMI Network Card, a digital card that has a pre-approved limit of up to Rs.4 lakh. You can use this to make any number of purchases up to the limit, without enduring the hassles of using a credit card. If you don’t have an EMI Network Card but wish to apply for one, you can also get one by visiting the Bajaj Finserv customer portal online.

When it comes to buying a TV, you can choose from the latest LED TVs and LCD TVs and buy a Sony TV, Lloyd TV, Haier TV or LG TV. Thanks to the No Cost EMI scheme, you just have to pay the purchase price and nothing more. For convenient repayment, Bajaj Finserv allows you to choose a tenor ranging from 3 to 24 months. But before you head to the EMI Network to shop, here is a closer look at the top TV models available on the Network and their features, so that you can make the right choice.

Lloyd HD Ready Smart LED L32N2S

Screen size: 80cm

Display type: OLED

Smart TV: Yes

Screen mirroring: Yes

Connectivity: Wi-Fi, HDMI, USB

Display resolution: 1366×768 pixels

Connectivity options: 2 USB, 2 HDMI

Audio output: Headphone

Key takeaways:

  • Lloyd HD Ready Smart LED L32N2S has an Any-View Cast feature that lets you mirror your smartphone on to the TV screen so you can enjoy bigger and brighter content, be it images or videos.
  • The L32N2S has a built-in Wi-Fi connection with which you can browse any content on your TV as per your preference. This allows you to set aside your mobile phone and stream varied content on the TV’s big screen.
  • This TV also has a 3D comb filter that allows you to watch everything in high definition. This is because the filter is capable of dissociating black and white from other colours. Hence, what you see is vivid and highly precise, very close to reality.

Sony HD LED KLV-32R422F

Screen size: 80cm

Display resolution: 1366×768 pixels

Display type: LCD

Backlight type: Edge LED

Backlight dimming type: Frame Dimming

Colour enhancement: Live Colour Technology

HDR: Yes

Connectivity options: 2 HDMI, 2 USB, and more

Picture modes: Vivid, standard, photo-custom, custom, photo-vivid, cinema, sports, game, photo-standard, HDR cinema, HDR game, and graphics

Speaker type: Front open baffle speaker

Subwoofer: Bass reflex speaker

Sound modes: Standard, music, cinema, sports

Dolby Digital: Yes

FM radio: Yes

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The powerful built-in subwoofer of this TV makes movies and sounds more life-like. Pixabay

Key takeaways:

  • This full HD TV has X-Reality PRO upscaling technology with which you can view every minute detail of the video output that you see on the screen.
  • The powerful built-in subwoofer of this TV makes movies and sounds more life-like.
  • The X-Protection PRO also protects your Sony TV in more than one way. It has no ventilation holes so dust stays away. Also, the primary capacitor safeguards the TV during sudden electrical fluctuations, and the wiring has an anti-humidity coating that prevents short circuits.
  • This TV also has a lightning protector that protects it against lightning strikes of up to 9,000V.

Samsung N4300 Smart HD TV

Screen type: LED

Screen size: 80cm

Display resolution: 1366×768 pixels

HDR: Yes

Smart: Yes

Contrast Enhancer: Yes

Film mode: Yes

Dolby Digital Plus: Yes

Speaker type: 4CH

Bluetooth audio: Yes

Wi-Fi: Yes

Sound mirroring: Yes

Analogue clean view: Yes

Connectivity: 2 HDMI, 1 USB

Processor: Quad-Core

Digital clean view: Yes

Game mode: Yes

Ultra clean view: Yes

Key takeaways:

  • With superior 40 watt sound, you can enjoy an unparalleled audio experience with this TV that is up to two times more powerful.
  • The HDR compatibility of this TV offers better clarity and accurate details for all video output. This means you will get to see bright scenes in full luminance, while darker visuals are balanced beautifully with equal precision.
  • With the Ultra Clean Analyzing advanced algorithm in place, you can view higher quality images that do not suffer from any distortion.
  • The PurColor technology embedded in this TV allows you to watch content with natural colours. This means every highlight or colour you see is as close to what you’d view in real life.

Choose from these TV models or pick any other model that suits your viewing needs. Then, follow these steps to shop for your TV online at the Bajaj Finserv EMI Network.

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  • Visit a Bajaj Finserv partner website
  • Search for your preferred TV
  • Choose ‘Bajaj Finserv No Cost EMI’ as the payment option
  • Select a convenient EMI scheme
  • Confirm your order with an OTP

You can also shop for a TV offline by availing in-store financing. Visit your nearest Bajaj Finserv partner store and simply ask for the TV of your choice, and pay via easy No Cost EMIs. Most importantly, check your pre-approved offer from Bajaj Finserv before making any purchases on the EMI Network. This way you can view personalised deals and enjoy quick approval.

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Social Media Giant’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg Rejects The Claim ‘Time To Break Up Facebook’

Hughes maintains that lawmakers merely marvel at Facebook's explosive growth and have overlooked their own responsibility to protect the public through more competition.

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In an opinion piece in The New York Times on Thursday, Hughes said the government must hold Mark (Zuckerberg) accountable. VOA

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has rejected the call for breaking up his company, saying the size of Facebook was actually a benefit to its users and for the security of the democratic process.

In an interview with French broadcaster France 2, Zuckerberg dismissed the claim made by his long-time friend and Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes that it is time to break up Facebook as Zuckerberg has yielded “unchecked power and influence” far beyond that of anyone else in the private sector or in the government.

“When I read what he wrote, my main reaction was that what he’s proposing that we do isn’t going to do anything to help solve those issues.

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The Facebook case is being looked at as a measure of the Donald Trump administration’s willingness to regulate US tech companies. VOA

“So I think that if what you care about is democracy and elections, then you want a company like us to be able to invest billions of dollars per year like we are in building up really advanced tools to fight election interference,” Zuckerberg told France 2 while in Paris to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron.

In an opinion piece in The New York Times on Thursday, Hughes said the government must hold Mark (Zuckerberg) accountable.

“Mark’s personal reputation and the reputation of Facebook have taken a nose-dive,” wrote Hughes, who during his freshman year at Harvard University in 2002 was recruited by Zuckerberg for Facebook.

Zuckerberg said that Facebook’s budget for safety this year is bigger than the whole revenue of the company when it went public earlier this decade.

“A lot of that is because we’ve been able to build a successful business that can now support that. You know, we invest more in safety than anyone in social media,” reported TechCrunch, quoting Zuckerberg.

Hughes wrote that Zuckerberg has surrounded himself with a team that reinforces his beliefs instead of challenging them.

“Mark is a good, kind person. But I’m angry that his focus on growth led him to sacrifice security and civility for clicks,” he wrote.

In a separate opinion piece in the NYT on Sunday, Nick Clegg, who is the Vice President for global affairs and communications in Facebook, said that success should not be penalised.

“Facebook shouldn’t be broken up but it does need to be held to account,” Clegg wrote.

“Hughes maintains that lawmakers merely marvel at Facebook’s explosive growth and have overlooked their own responsibility to protect the public through more competition.

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Embroiled in users’ data scandals, Facebook is set to create new privacy positions within the company that would include a committee, and external evaluator and a Chief Compliance Officer. Pixabay

“This argument holds dangerous implications for the American technology sector, the strongest pillar of the economy. And it reveals misunderstandings of Facebook and the central purpose of antitrust law,” Clegg argued.

Embroiled in users’ data scandals, Facebook is set to create new privacy positions within the company that would include a committee, and external evaluator and a Chief Compliance Officer.

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Facebook has already kept aside $3 billion anticipating a record fine coming from the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) related to the Cambridge Analytica data scandal which involved 87 million users.

The Facebook case is being looked at as a measure of the Donald Trump administration’s willingness to regulate US tech companies. (IANS)