See every colour come alive with LG

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After smartphones and computers, LCD TVs are one of the devices which are present in most homes.

For example, the average number of TV sets per households are as follows in the following countries:

  • France – 2
  • UK – 2 to 3
  • Belgium – 1 to 2
  • Netherlands – 2
  • Spain – 2
    (A study taken from Genetor Research)

Not to say that all TVs present are equipped with the latest technology, but at least one of them is equipped with an HD screen.

Let’s take a look at one of LG’s latest TVs, the LG PRIME UHD TV packed with merging ColourPrime technology, ULTRA Luminance and an IPS 4K panel LG PRIME UHD TV, powered by the Prime Mastering Engine delivering new standards of definition.

The model we will focus on today is the LG 65 UF 950 V.

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Standard Comparisons view of the Spanish Market with a random selection of retailers

Spanish Comparisons Market

With Price-Veille , monitor how a particular model is priced differently via different retailers in different countries with its “Search Function”.

Please find below the pricing strategies set by a random selection of retailers throughout different countries for the same product.

UK Market

UK Search

French Market

French search

Belgium Market

Belgium search

Dutch Market

Dutch search

Spanish Market

Spanish search

If having multiple interfaces to monitor a particular set of products may seem like a messy task, we can easily combine all data from different countries on a WORLD interface where all the info you see above is coupled in one.

Last but not least, here is a little video review of the LG 65 UF 950 V showcasing its benefits and new standards of definition:

 


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