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TP Vision unveils a new series of frameless Philips Smart TVs 2012.09.01

Amsterdam, the Netherlands - August 30, 2012 - Today, TP Vision announced its new series of Philips PFL6900 Smart TVs, which stand out due to their purist, frameless design. The 3D-enabled Philips PFL6900 Smart TVs offer value-added services including catch-up TV, access to online video stores, web browsing, apps and USB recording. Superb motion enhancement and advanced micro dimming provide excellent picture quality on the PFL6900 models' 107cm (42") and 119cm (47") Full HD screens. Although they are only 3.5cm thick, the PFL6900 TVs still come with two-sided Ambilight. Shipping of the new Philips Smart TVs has already started in Europe and Russia. The first Philips PFL6900 units are available immediately.

The 3D-enabled Philips PFL6900 Smart TVs offer value-added services including catch-up TV, access to online video stores, web browsing, apps and USB recording.
Courtesy of TP Vision
 

Amsterdam, the Netherlands - August 30, 2012

• The purist looks of Philips PFL6900 Smart TVs fit perfectly into contemporary interiors

• There’s no compromise on Ambilight and connectivity despite the TVs’ slim design

• Smart TV, 3D, Full HD, Micro Dimming and 600Hz PMR motion enhancement provide a high-quality TV experience


Today, TP Vision announced its new series of Philips PFL6900 Smart TVs, which stand out due to their purist, frameless design (the TV does not have a frame but the panel itself shows a slim black inactive zone when the TV is switched on).

TP Vision’s approach to green Philips TVs.
TP Vision is strongly committed to sustainability and resource efficiency.
The company’s goal is to offer products and services that do not trade off sustainability against viewing experience.
Therefore, TP Vision puts big efforts into continuously reducing the carbon footprint of its TVs.
Courtesy of TP Vision
 
The 3D-enabled Philips PFL6900 Smart TVs offer value-added services including catch-up TV, access to online video stores, web browsing, apps and USB recording.


Ambilight on Philips TVs enhances the user’s TV experience and also creates net energy savings at home.
According to an independent study carried out by Blauw research agency, 87% of consumers usually change their room lighting conditions when watching TV with Ambilight on – most often by switching off all lights (36%), dimming the lights (32%) or switching off a few lights (31%).
At only 3Watts in average, Ambilight consumes less power than any common room lighting.
A common LED lamp e.g. consumes 7 Watts, a halogen lamp 20–40 Watts and an incandescent bulb 40–100 Watts.
Courtesy of TP Vision
 
Superb motion enhancement and advanced micro dimming provide excellent picture quality on the PFL6900 models’ 107cm (42’’) and 119cm (47’’) Full HD screens.

The 3D-enabled Philips PFL6900 Smart TVs offer value-added services including catch-up TV, access to online video stores, web browsing, apps and USB recording.
Courtesy of TP Vision
 
Although they are only 3.5cm thick, the PFL6900 TVs still come with two-sided Ambilight.

Shipping of the new Philips Smart TVs has already started in Europe and Russia.

The 3D-enabled Philips PFL6900 Smart TVs offer value-added services including catch-up TV, access to online video stores, web browsing, apps and USB recording.
Courtesy of TP Vision
 
The first Philips PFL6900 units are available immediately.


Purist and timeless design

The Philips PFL6900’s purist design sits well in the contemporary home.

The frameless panel is set in an unobtrusive 1.2mm rim of brushed, anodized aluminium allowing for a truly immersive cinema viewing experience.

The 3D-enabled Philips PFL6900 Smart TVs offer value-added services including catch-up TV, access to online video stores, web browsing, apps and USB recording.
Courtesy of TP Vision
 
The TVs are rounded off at the bottom by a small black chamfer with brushed look finish.


A ‘light and airy’ stand matches the TVs’ colour scheme and purist looks perfectly.


Smart TVs in a smart design

Furnished with the latest Smart TV features, including access to online video stores, catch-up TV services, electronic program guide, apps, and the internet, the PFL6900 TVs provide an excellent entertainment experience.

The 3D-enabled Philips PFL6900 Smart TVs offer value-added services including catch-up TV, access to online video stores, web browsing, apps and USB recording.
Courtesy of TP Vision
 
Users can pause their TV program or record digital content by connecting a USB hard disk to the TV.

The PFL6900 models are compatible with Philips’ MyRemote App, an app for Android and iOS mobile devices.

It brings features like easy text entry, volume and program control as well as pushing pictures, videos or music to the TV from the mobile touch screen devices.

The 3D-enabled Philips PFL6900 Smart TVs offer value-added services including catch-up TV, access to online video stores, web browsing, apps and USB recording.
Courtesy of TP Vision
 
Wi-Fi Smart Screen further expands the interplay between Philips TVs and tablets by allowing users to pull digital TV towards the mobile device using just a finger swipe.

Wi-Fi smart screen is available via software update in autumn 2012.


Advanced 3D entertainment

The PFL6900 series is equipped with many advanced 3D features.

2D to 3D conversion adds the third dimension to users’ 2D video libraries while 3D Depth Adjustment adjusts the 3D depth level.

The 3D-enabled Philips PFL6900 Smart TVs offer value-added services including catch-up TV, access to online video stores, web browsing, apps and USB recording.
Courtesy of TP Vision
 
In ‘Two Player Full Screen Gaming’ mode both players of 2D games can enjoy the game in full screen at the same time.



Brilliant picture quality

Users always want to enjoy movies in the best possible picture quality.

Pixel Precise HD on the PFL6900 TVs, featuring Super Resolution, delivers brilliant HD TV picture quality for videos from the internet or Blu-ray movies.

The 3D-enabled Philips PFL6900 Smart TVs offer value-added services including catch-up TV, access to online video stores, web browsing, apps and USB recording.
Courtesy of TP Vision
 
600Hz Perfect Motion Rate (PMR) creates great motion sharpness for clear and vibrant images in fast action movies.


No compromise on connectivity

The PFL6900 series’ slim casing doesn’t compromise connectivity.

TP Vision is a dedicated company in the world of visual digital entertainment; fully committed to the renowned Philips TV brand.
Courtesy of TP Vision
 
The TVs feature four HDMI and three USB ports which are neatly arranged at the rear side and easy accessible.


They also have WLAN on board to wirelessly connect to the home network.

Maarten Jan de Vries, CEO TP Vision.
Courtesy of TP Vision
 

Quote: Maarten de Vries, CEO TP Vision

“The Philips PFL6900 Smart TVs – and also the recently launched Philips DesignLine models – clearly show TP Vision’s dedication to good TV design. With their purist, zero-border design these TVs come close to what we one day will call TV wallpaper.“


About TP Vision


TP Vision is a dedicated TV player in the world of visual digital entertainment.

TP Vision concentrates on developing, manufacturing and marketing Philips branded TV sets in Europe, Russia, Middle East, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and selected countries in Asia-Pacific.

 
 
We do this by combining our design expertise and innovative Philips TV heritage with the operational excellence, flexibility and speed of TPV Technology.

With these combined strengths, we bring high-quality TV sets to the market: smart and easy to use with sophisticated styling accentuating i.e. new materials and slim design.

We believe in creating products that offer a superior TV experience for consumers.

With Philips TVs, TP Vision is a global leader in the hospitality market. Based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, TP Vision is the exclusive brand licensee of Philips TV for the above listed countries.

The TV Company is 70% owned by TPV Technology, headquartered in Taiwan, and 30% by Royal Philips Electronics, headquartered in the Netherlands.

TP Vision employs close to 3,300 people in several locations around the globe.


Source: TP Vision

http://www.tpvision.com/pr/press-releases  



Maarten Jan de Vries

Chief Executive Officer at TP Vision

Maarten Jan de Vries
Courtesy of TP Vision
 
Born 1962. Maarten Jan de Vries is Chief Executive Officer at TP Vision.

Maarten de Vries is an experienced manager with broad business knowledge in finance & accounting, IT and Supply Chain management. He has built a strong international reputation working for multinational companies.

Maarten de Vries joined Philips in 1986.

He held various roles in finance and controlling before he moved to Taiwan.

He spent 10 years there working for Philips Semiconductors and Philips Consumer Electronics in the Monitors business unit.

From 2005 until 2010, Maarten de Vries was a member of TPV’s Board of Directors.

During his time as Executive Vice President and CFO at Philips Consumer Electronics in Amsterdam, he led the divestment of the PC Monitors activity and sourcing of Flat TV products to TPV, and also the divestment of the Mobile Phone business to CEC (China Electronics Company).

From 2007-2011 he was a member of the Philips Group Management Committee.

Prior to his appointment as CEO of TP Vision, Maarten de Vries served as CEO of the Television Business Unit at Philips.

He was responsible for the transfer of Philips’ TV Business to the standalone joint venture TP Vision.

Maarten de Vries graduated in Business Economics at the University of Groningen and gained a post-graduate qualification in Controllership at Vrije University of Amsterdam.


Source: TP Vision

http://www.tpvision.com/about-us/executive-team  



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