Nov 11 2013, 9:49pm CST | by Gene Ryan Briones
Pioneer already said its goodbye to the TV market in 2010, but it looks like the Japanese digital entertainment products company will be saying hello once again, at least in Europe. According to Dixons, Europe's largest consumer electronics retailer, it has a nabbed an exclusive partnership with Pioneer to sell TVs in selected European markets.
However, Pioneer will no longer make Kuro plasma displays. Instead, it will only launch Full HD 1080p LED TVs in three screen sizes ( 40-inch, 46-inch, and 55-inch). Features will include 3D support, Smart TV connectivity, three HDMI inputs, and three USB ports. Dixons will begin selling Pioneer TVs this coming December in the Nordic region.
Gene Ryan Briones
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