Hisense annonce la mise sur le marché mondial des nouveaux téléviseurs laser de 80 pouces

Les téléviseurs de nouvelle génération devraient connaître une croissance rapide

PÉKIN, 19 mai 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Hisense, sponsor officiel de la Coupe du MondeTM de la FIFA 2018, a lancé son nouveau téléviseur laser L5 de 80 pouces à Pékin, le 17 mai. Offrant des prix très abordables, le nouveau produit est à la portée des familles à revenus modestes. À l’approche de la Coupe du Monde, la révolution du home cinéma dans les salons chinois a fait l’objet d’un coup d’envoi officiel.

Hisense announces global availability of 80-inch 4K laser TV

La technologie peut changer la vie. Jusqu’à présent, la popularité des téléviseurs laser était entravée par deux inconvénients, à savoir le manque de luminosité de l’image et le prix exorbitant. Lancé très récemment, le téléviseur laser L5 a résolu ces deux problèmes épineux. Le modèle présente une luminosité de 400 nits, soit une grande amélioration par rapport à tous les modèles laser existants. Il comporte aussi un écran dur de dernière génération, anti-lumière, de fabrication danoise, qui permet un gain élevé de polarisation dynamique nucléaire (DNP) et par conséquent un affichage clair de l’image, quelle que soit la luminosité de la lumière environnante. Au cœur par excellence d’un home cinéma, le super grand écran peut être vu confortablement sans qu’il soit nécessaire de tirer les rideaux ou de fermer les volets. Puisque le téléviseur est alimenté par une source de lumière réfléchissante qui est plaisante, plutôt qu’éblouissante, pour les yeux, en dépit de la hauteur de 80 pouces, l’écran peut être vu confortablement, même lorsque l’on est assis à seulement 3 mètres (environ 10 pieds). Ceci réduit considérablement l’espace résidentiel qui devrait être réservé comme zone de visionnage pour le home cinema. Le deuxième obstacle qui rendait difficile de posséder un téléviseur laser a été supprimé : le prix de 19 999 yuans (environ 3 140 USD) permet au modèle laser de devenir un « remplaçant de prédilection » et est le signe avant-coureur de la participation sans concession de Hisense au marché de la télévision grand écran.

Alors que la Coupe du monde de Russie s’apprête à donner son coup d’envoi, la demande pour des téléviseurs intelligents à grand écran et haute définition est sur le point d’exploser. Le tout nouveau système VIDAA AI qui accompagne le téléviseur laser L5 de Hisense est équipé de fonctions comme le mode sport automatique, la reconnaissance des stars et personnalités et le partage de capture d’écran des moments merveilleux. Tout ceci transforme le poste en votre meilleur compagnon de jeu.

Le lancement du téléviseur laser L5 de Hisense devrait marquer le début d’une tendance de remplacement presque systématique des téléviseurs dans les foyers chinois. Hisense s’attend à ce que la télévision laser chamboule complètement le marché du home cinema en 2018.

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Third Edition Celebrity Work-out Held

Accra, – The biggest sports and entertainment keep-fit exercise, the celebrity work-out, took centre stage on Saturday morning at the Aviation Social Centre in Accra.

The May edition, which is third saw various celebrities which includes Stephen Appiah, Laryea Kingston, Rosemond Brown, Prince David Osei, Bisa Kdei, Okyeame Kwame, Gasmilla, Natheniel Atoh, engaged some members of the public in series of aerobics and work-out drills which lasted for almost two hours.

The work-out event, which was targeted at inculcating the spirit of exercising among people to keep fit and promote healthy living, saw hundreds of people gathered at the Aviation grounds, as astute physical instructors took them series.

Former Black Stars Captain, Stephen Appiah won the celebrity-out challenge as demonstrated flawless level of fitness despite retiring from the game a few years back.

After the workout session participant where rendered the opportunity to interact with various celebrities as well as refreshing themselves with assorted items from sponsors.

The May edition of the Celebrity Work-out was powered by Primeval Media’s one of the fastest growing Digital Marketing and Events company and sponsored by Beautiful beneath, HR Consults, Royce, Awake Mineral Water, Chiltern Ghana Limited.

Source: Ghana News Agency

Golden Pedals set to defend jersey in Cote D’ Ivoire

Accra- The national cycling team- Golden Pedals are set to defend the Yellow Jersey, they won in the Ivory coast last year, as they prepare to compete in the 27th edition of the La route d’Lest fixed for 26 May to June 2.

The team made up of senior riders like – Anthony Boakye of River Park, Abdulrazak Umar of Die Hard. Debutants Solomon Tagoe of Gutten, Lawrence Adjei of Team Sky and Stephen Ali, River Park Eastern are relishing their fresh input in their first outing.

Ghana would be hoping to retain the Yellow Jersey with stiff opposition from countries like Switzerland, France, Burkina Faso and host nation – CAte d’ Ivoire.

The blend of junior riders- Solomon Tagoe, Stephen Ali and Lawrence Adjei is to potentially baptize them into the international terrain to taste high profile road battles from countries like Burkina Faso and France.

The event serves as a steady preparation towards Tokyo 2020.

The team would be accompanied by four officials- Dennis Moore- leader of delegation, Inspector Kenneth Mawuli, assistant coach, Daniel Amoo- Coach and Rudolf Mensah, national mechanic.

The team is expected to leave on the 23rd of May, 2018.

Source: Ghana News Agency

Obey rules and regulations governing Ramadan, UW Chief Imam

Wa Muslims have been urged to stay away from all forms of social vices and also control their utterances as they observe the 2018 Ramada period.

Islamic worshippers, particularly the youth, have also been told to live in unity with non-Muslims, cooperate with each other and rally behind one another during and after the fasting period for peaceful coexistence.

Alhaji Baba Dawud, the Spokesperson for the Upper West Regional (UWR) Chief Imam told the Ghana News Agency in an interview said: I will advise all to comport and abide by rules and regulations of Ramadan such that you can be rewarded abundantly, but if they violate any of the rules, you will render your fast null and void.

He said Ramadan was associated with worship, prolonged prayers, Quranic recitation and commentary of the Holy Quran (Taphsir) which required Muslims to exercise maximum patience and endurance.

Muslims and non-Muslims were also called upon to cooperate and support their brothers and Sisters going through the fasting time to facilitate joyful and fruitful 2018 Ramadan.

Muslims in the Upper West begun fasting on Thursday in accordance to the Islamic calculations of the moon being sighted anywhere.

The Chief Imam through his spokesperson called on heads of departments and directors to allow Muslim workers to observe their prayers when the time was due during working hours.

Departmental heads and directors should permit Muslim working in their offices to go for ‘Taphsir’ which normally begins at 4:00 pm when request for permission, he said.

He however, cautioned Muslim workers not to take advantage of the Ramadan as an excuse for not carrying out their legitimate or assigned duties.

Source: Ghana News Agency

Camfed Association seeks media support to increase visibility

Wa� Camfed Association (Cama) Upper West has appealed to media organisations and practitioners to help project activities of the network in order to improve its visibility in the Region.

The Association works through Camfed [Campaign for Female Education] to empower young women but receive little media attention on its activities in Ghana’s smallest region.

Ms. Martha Baako, Chairperson of Cama Upper West, who made the appeal during a media engagement in Wa said Cama Upper West and Camfed have done a lot in the region but have not properly engaged the media to help publicize its activities.

She explained that it was therefore the reason behind the media engagement to sensitize practitioners on some of the Association’s activities and also seek collaboration to improve their visibility.

Cama Upper West is a network of women who have received support from Camfed and working towards re-investing the benefit of their education into communities through advocacy.

Ms Baako said the mission of the network was to multiply education of girls by helping them overcome some barriers impeding access to school.

She said the Association focus for this year was teenage pregnancies after it had already convened series of community and school advocacy engagements.

These engagements focused on the effects of child marriage, teenage pregnancies and elopement as well as provide support for our younger ones that are still in school to enable them stay and complete, she said.

Ms. Juliana Sullo, the District Programme Coordinator for Camfed in Sissala East Municipal, said apart from supporting education of girls, Camfed also supported young women in economic empowerment activities.

The organisation gives the women interest free loans from the Camfed-Kiva Partnership Development Opportunities.

Ms. Juliana explained that a member could access a loan up to GH5,000.00 for a period of nine months depending on the credibility of the member.

She noted also that through the Camfed MasterCard Foundation Scholars Programme, opened from January 2013 to June 2024, 40 million dollars was being spent as bursaries to support secondary and tertiary students to enrich their leadership opportunities among others.

Another 37 million dollars was being used to aid young women to transition from school to entrepreneurship or further studies in addition to transformative leadership in rural Ghana and Malawi which started from October 2016 will end in September 2026, she added.

Source: Ghana News Agency