PRISM+ launches premium Q Series Pro Android TVs at attractive prices

Local monitor and TV maker PRISM+ just launched Q Series Pro, its latest premium range of Android Smart TVs.

Spearheading the series is the 86-inch Q86 Pro Quantum Edition (as low as S$2,999) that features a massive 86-inch 4K UHD display. If you are looking for smaller sizes, you can choose from either the 55-inch Q55 Pro Quantum Edition (S$999) or 65-inch Q65 Quantum Edition (as low as S$1,199).

The PRISM+ Q Series Pro comes in three sizes of 55 inches, 65 inches and 86 inches. (Photo: PRISM+)

Apart from the display size difference, they are all the same Smart TVs with similar 4K UHD resolution and Quantum Colour backlight technology.

The Q Series Pro is also armed with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos technology, allowing for brighter whites and darker blacks as well as rich and immersive audio.

These Android Smart TVs come with built-in microphones allowing you to control the TV using Google Assistant. You can even start the TV by asking Google Assistant to do so. Not to mention, since it is running Android TV OS 10, you have access to many streaming apps, such as Netflix and Disney+, via its Google Play Store.

You can download your favourite streaming apps such as Netflix and Disney+ from Google Play Store. (Photo: PRISM+)

Furthermore, these Android Smart TVs come pre-installed with meWatch, Viu and iQiYi, so you can have access to your favourite local, Korean, and Chinese content right out of the box. Plus, these Prism+ TVs come with 12-month free MeWatch subscription and free 3-month Viu subscription.

All these goodies from PRISM+ are available from an attracting price that starts from S$999 for the 55-inch model. With credit card discounts and etc, you can be looking at paying as low as S$2,999 for the Q86 Pro Quantum Edition. By comparison, its competitors of similar size are usually priced in the 5-digit realm.

For more information, visit PRISM+ or its Lazada flagship store.

Trevor Tan

Started out with dreams to become a street photographer, Trevor Tan somehow became a tech journalist with over 16 years of consumer tech experience. Maybe he plays too much video games and buys too many new gadgets.
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