HD BASIC TV R302E SONY BRAND 32"

For sale by THE COMPUTER TODAY MEMBER28 Apr 5:39 pmElephant Road, Dhaka

Tk 20,000

Sony bravia R302E LED TV has 32 inch screen, 1366 x 768 TV screen resolution, motionflow XR 100 Hz, intelligent picture plus, X protection pro, digital noise reduction, MHL enabled, live color, MPEG noise reduction, advanced contrast enhancer, 24p true cinema, FM radio, 10 watt audio out, bass booster, bravia sync, picture and picture, picture in picture, 2 HDMI, 1 USB, AV, audio out port, USB playback, power consumption 37 watt, viewing angle 178° right/left and 178° up/down.

Product Feature
Screen Size 32"
Panel Flat Screen
Resolution 1366 x 768
Technology LED
3D Technology 2D TV
Refresh Rate Motionflow XR 100 Hz
Contrast Dynamic Contrast Enhancer
Brightness Live Color
TV Tuner Analog And Digital
Sound 5W+ 5W, Standard, Music, Cinema, Game, Sports
Connectivity USB, HDMI, AV, Audio Out
Remote Yes
Dimension 735 x 461 x 168 mm, 83.7 x52.9 x 15.2 cm
Other Features Super Multi-Format USB Play, Open Baffle Speaker
Product Warranty
This product sony bravia R302E television comes with 5 years service warranty With out parts

IF ANY ONE CAN PROVE OUR PRODUCT IS NOT ORIGINAL THEN WE WILL PAY 01 LAC TK PRIZE

*** 5 YEARS SERVICE WARRANTY WITH OUT PARTS ***

***OUR ALL PRODUCT ARE BRAND NEW INTACT BOX***

> 100% Genuine product. <*> Stock is Available.<

> Home Delivery Is Available. > Faster Delivery and Best Service.

> Outside in Dhaka in Bangladesh in SA Paribahan & Others.


Condition:
New
Brand:
Sony
Model:
R302E
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