InFocus Is the Latest Line of 4K Smart TVs to Consider for Your Living Room

Let’s face it, there are a plethora of options when it comes to TV companies out there that promise you everything and then some, but many come with a hefty price tag. InFocus is attempting to wow you with its displays first, and if you’re into all of the additional features, there are some of those for you as well.

The new line of 4K HDR Smart TVs by InFrame feature a frameless-designed infinity screen that’s set to give you a viewing experience you haven’t received from the competition before. Darren S.Ivey, the Director of Sales and Marketing for InFocus says:

“In an era of endless options in entertainment, our infinity screen TVs stand out from the competition, providing a luxurious, vanishing edge with the highest levels in picture quality. Made in North America, the InFocus infinity screen 4K HDR TVs provide a window into the future – with all of the right technology that consumers demand in an affordable TV. No matter the content being viewed, the experience of watching a picture literally drip off the edge of the screen is exciting, putting life InFocus.”

That’s a bold statement that’s backed by some specs that are actually pretty stout considering most may have never heard of InFocus before, or have preconceived notions about televisions that aren’t named “Samsung, LG, TCL, or Vizio”. Some of the features include:

  • 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD)
  • High Dynamic Range (HDR)
  • Google Play Store
  • Google Assistant
  • Alexa Skills
  • built-in ChromeCast
  • dual-band WiFi.

I’m excited to get my hands on one of the new Infocus 4K HDR TV, especially single it will all but eliminate the need to purchase an additional Chromecast (since it’s built-in). This is a BOLD change especially with most televisions coming with Roku functionality. I personally enjoy Chromecast more, so this will be great.

Starting in March of this year, the InFocus TV’s will be available in retailers across the US as well as Canada. If you are looking for models with Roku built-in, you’ll have to wait until the 3rd Quarter of this year.

For more information, visit www.infocustvs.com


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Greg Alston
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