TCL MoVo with Google TV 3.0 combines TCL's TV manufacturing expertise and newly introduced Personal Box Office (PBO) technology, Marvell Semiconductor's cutting-edge SoC design technology as well as Google's advanced search engine, to offer a highly intelligent system that is designed to recognize individual preferences and automatically recommend the best match content for the right user at right time.
"This newest innovation is based on our listening and understanding of consumer needs. TCL was inspired to develop a 'truly smart' TV to specifically meet customer demands and bring the ultimate free and premium experiences," said Li Dongsheng.
Beside the two major releases, the products that TCL brings to the CES this year are dazzling. With the theme "Color Your World," TCL showcases a colorful and cozy home living experience. The highlights are the latest Smart 3D TVs with various vibrant colors on top of the usual monotonous black and silver, with the stylish appearances literally lighting up every home. With regards to functions, the rich variety of programs such as point-read education, body-building game, convenient social media applications, as well as intelligent interaction through gesture and voice will provide a well-rounded interactive experience to offer a better colorful world. Other new products including the 110-inch ultra-panel TV and iCE SCREEN Touch are also on display.
"TCL's recent series of product launches, marketing efforts and cross-industry partnerships have proven highly effective in strengthening the brand's influence on the international platform," says Li Dongsheng. "Moving forward, we will continue to focus on our globalization strategy and spare no efforts in providing worldwide consumers with the latest best quality electronic products with richest experiences, so as to establish TCL as one of the most innovative and respected global leading enterprise."
With the theme "Color Your World," thousands of visitors are attracted and amazed by TCL showcase.
TCL in partnership with Marvel Entertainment for Iron Man 3
TCL Movo with Google TV 3.0 joint launch, Mr. Li Dongsheng and Ms. Weili Dai present
Founded in 1981, TCL is one of the largest consumer electronics enterprises in China with a global presence. TCL has three listed companies: TCL Corporation (SZ.000100), TCL Multimedia (HKSE: 1070) and TCL Communication (HKSE: 2618). Currently, TCL Corporation has set up four business units -- TCL Multimedia Holdings, TCL Communication Holdings, China Star Optoelectronics Technology and Home Appliances Group, as well as six business groups -- System Technology Unit, Techne Group, Emerging Business Group, Investment Group, Logistic & Service Group and Real Estate Group.
TCL employs more than 60,000 people and has more than 40 sales offices around the world. In 2012, the brand value of TCL had exceeded RMB 58.326 billion, continuing to hold the No. 1 TV brand position in China today. For more information visit www.tcl.com
About Marvel Entertainment
Marvel Entertainment, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, is one of the world's most prominent character-based entertainment companies, built on a proven library of over 8,000 characters featured in a variety of media over seventy years. Marvel utilizes its character franchises in entertainment, licensing and publishing. For more information visit www.marvel.com.
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