New Delhi: Chinese internet and technology conglomerate Letv on Saturday concluded its second round of fan meetups where its recently-launched 3D helmet and bluetooth headphones were displayed.
A large number of superfans, bloggers and tech aficionados turned up to gain hands-on experience of the Letv devices – the innovative Le 3D helmet, LeMe bluetooth headphones and LeMax “superphone”.
“We are truly overwhelmed by the response we received to our two Le meetups in Delhi. We recognise that our fans and followers are vital,” Ivan Wang, associate director, digital marketing, said in a statement.
At the meetup, Letv acquainted the fans to the company, its unique ecosystem and the products in its portfolio and apprised them about the grand launch of its flagship “superphones” on January 20.
The 3D helmet and the bluetooth headphones, designed to enhance users’ entertainment experience, offer a unique video and audio experience to consumers.
Equipped with a 5.5 inch SHARP 2K LCD screen and a resolution of 2560 x 1440 with 70 degree field of view, the Le 3D helmet enables a powerful and rich video and gaming experience.
Further, the LeMe range bluetooth headphones sports a powerful 195 mAH Li-ion polymer battery for on-the-go usage, enabling music playback time and talking time of 10 hours and standby time of 26.5 days with charging time of two hours.
“This is a new benchmark in the industry and has been widely acknowledged by our fans. Every feedback matters and we will very closely consider them,” said Wang.
First Published | 10 January 2016 12:09 PM