New Delhi: China-based Internet conglomerate Letv on Wednesday released the world's thinnest TV, Super 4 Max65 Blade at the ongoing four-day International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
The sleek, slim and amazing looking TV is just 3.9mm thick which is equivalent of two coins put together.
The Super 4 Max65 Blade has a separate speaker and is the first product of company's second chain of TV series after 70-inch Super 4 Max70 and 65-inch Super 4 Max 65 Curved were launched in Beijing two weeks ago.
The TVs from Letv have seamless access to the company's rich online content library and a wide range of applications.
At CES, Letv also revealed its cooperation with Faraday Future, a new and emerging electric car project in America.
The company also released its latest Superphone, Le Max Pro -- the world's first phone that runs on Qualcomm 820 processor.