Big companies like Samsung, Sony, LG, and Xiaomi have a lot of power in the Indian smart TV market. But there are also other names in the race, like OnePlus and TCL, which sometimes give the market leaders a hard time.
Aiwa has been making speakers and home theater systems, among other things, for a long time. In the 1990s, the company was also very busy in the TV market for a few years, but it seems to have died out.
The Japanese company is back in India with a new line of smart TVs called Magnifique. These Google TV-compatible 4K UHD panels come in two sizes, 43 and 55 inches.
The bigger model cost Rs 87,990 when it came out, while the smaller one cost Rs 57,990. However, the TV is now offered on the company’s website for Rs 43,990. Since a few weeks ago, we’ve been using the 55-inch Aiwa Magnifiq series smart TV. Here’s our review of the item:
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