LG Electronics has launched the third in the series of its special Nigerian television, with the introduction of the LG FK2Nigerian TV at its major sales outlet, Akin Adesola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.
The new product which is also known as the third 3rd Generation Nigerian TV, is the best innovation so far among flat screen TV in the Nigerian electronic market.
The new product, comes with the three major Nigerian languages, Yoruba, Igbo and Hausa, in addition to the other international languages on the On-Screen Display (OSD).
A stylish swivel stand has also been added to make it possible for users to be able to manipulate and adjust the screen position.
The General Manager, Home Entertainment division, LG Electronics West Africa Operations, Mr. Dave Shin, said, “Consumers now have better choice in the new LG 21FK2 with the adjustable swivel stand because the elegant TV set can either be tilted up, down, right or left, depending on the angle that gives users the best view. Nigerian consumers no longer have to develop back-ache while trying to adjust to their TV positions; rather the TV can be adjusted to give them the best view at their comfortable position.”
“LG FK2 Nigerian TV also comes in exotic high glossy black LCD looking design that gives it a shinny finish front view and the extra dynamic (XD) picture and sound for improved output. With the introduction of the LG FK2 Nigerian TV, Nigerians are in for greater television experience in their local languages. Yoruba, Igbo and Hausa menu languages still remain a major feature on the newest model of the Nigerian TV. We have however gone a step ahead to improve on the look and capacity of the LG FK2 Nigerian TV, he added.
Shin said that the introduction of LG FK2 was an indication his company commitment to delivering freshness in products Nigerian consumers.
“Everyday we wake up, we ought to be able to find new experience and excitement in life.