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Asus will announce the “new TV viewing user experience”

Asus has announced it is planning to announce an experience for users that will change how Indians watch television.

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Asus will announce the "new TV viewing user experience" in India

This Taiwanese technology giant hasn’t revealed what date it’d announce the release of a brand new product or some other thing. However, everything Asus intends to disclose will likely be announced within weeks. Asus’s tweet discusses Asus OLED TV. However, it declares the “best combination of both,” which means that it might not be an actual TV. Asus also unveiled an entirely new campaign called “Who watches TV” via social media that will feature Indian media producers.

As per a blog post posted by Asus India, The Taiwanese tech giant may be announcing a “new technology in Asus’ OLED TV” within India. It is believed that the new television experience will be revealed in India’s streets India on March 3rd at around noon local time (noon). This tweet invites viewers to “want to experience the cinematic experience at any point and any point? ” We’re not sure what Asus will be bringing to its customers.

Twitter user Asus has released a nearly two-minute video that shows Indians’ emotions while watching TV. Through what they refer to as an “interaction with other people,” Asus attempts to show viewers’ emotional connection during their viewing time. This is disrupted by something or somebody. The video includes the media creators, Funchal, Anam Darbar, Abhishek Nigam, and Sayyed Arishfa Khan, participating in the social element of the campaign and the families. In addition, Asus has launched a new “Who is watching TV” online campaign that allows users to share their experiences with family and acquaintances.

In the video above, Asus mentions a study by the Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC), which found more than 892 million viewers engaged in India over the past two decades. Furthermore, the tweet mentions that any announcement Asus announces next week will be the “perfect partner for”#WowTheWorld.”

In the last few times, Asus has heavily marketed new products with OLED screens. The company has announced its ExpertBook B5 Flip OLED display in India in the middle of the month. Furthermore, at CES 2022 in Las Vegas, Asus presented its ZenBook 17 Fold OLED folding laptop and the ZenBook 14X OLED Space Edition.

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Satvik Khare is the Deputy Editor of Gadgets 360. The journalist’s specialization explains how technology makes life easier for everyone. Gadgets are always interesting, and he’s often adept at navigating the latest technologies. In his spare time, he enjoys building his car as well as participating in motorsports when the weather isn’t great; you’ll see him racing around in Forza Horizon using Xbox Xbox as well as reading a great story. You can contact him through his Twitter account.

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