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Cool! Cheaper than smartphones, these HD LED TVs start at less than Rs 7,000

New Delhi: If you are new TV No worries if you are thinking of buying and your budget is low. There is more than one good TV available in the market and its price is also low. Online shopping platform Flipkart On top of that some good TVs are available cheaply. Flipkart has a TV with 24 inch screen size and you will also get the benefit of offers on its purchase. At a starting price of around Rs 7,000 MarQ By Flipkart, Thomson And Croma Brand TVs are available. Let’s find out now.

MarQ By Flipkart 60 cm (24 inch) HD Ready LED TV:

The MarQ By Flipkart 24 inch HD Ready LED TV is priced at Rs 14,999. However, after 53% discount, you can buy for only Rs 6,999. On this TV you will get the benefit of exchange offer of Rs 6,000. Also, you can take home a TV for Rs 243 per month. Also, if you take full advantage of the exchange offers, you can buy this TV for only Rs. 999. Its sound output is 20 watts. Also, the 24 inch display has a resolution of 1366×768 pixels and a refresh rate of 60 Hz.

Thomson R9 60 cm (24 inch) HD Ready LED TV:

You can buy the Thomson R9 60 cm (24 inch) HD Ready LED TV for Rs 7,499 instead of Rs 10,499. You can also buy TV on EMI by paying Rs 260 per month. An exchange offer of Rs 6,000 is also being offered on this. If you take full advantage of the exchange offer, this TV will be yours for only Rs 1,499. Its sound output is 20 watts. Refresh rate is 60 Hz, resolution is 1366×768 pixels.

Croma 60.9 cm (24 inch) HD Ready LED TV:

The original price of Croma 60.9 cm (24 inch) HD Ready LED TV TV is Rs 15,000. But, after 53% discount, you can buy for only Rs 6,990. The TV is also available at an EMI of Rs 243. Its sound output is 16 watts. It is an HD ready LED TV with a 24 inch display. It has a refresh rate of 60 Hz and a resolution of 1366×768 pixels.

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