Loewe has always been associated with high-end, well made technologies – whether it’s the company’s TVs, speakers or racks. With all those associations however comes a downside, where average consumers immediately assume that the company is out of their price range. That may not be the case for much longer, with the company launching Loewe One, a product range that should widen its appeal thanks to its affordability.

Loewe One is designed for those looking to take their first steps into the Loewe World, with the new range available in the UK through CI distributor AWE.

With its lower price point, Loewe One has not reneged on its promise to deliver premium, high-end products. In fact, both the 40in Full HD and 55in Ultra HD Loewe One TV sets come complete with features such as an HD scaling algorithm, an HDMI 2.0 port and support for HDCP 2.2.

The technology Loewe has packed into its affordable TVs does not stop there either. The company’s dual-channel configuration capability allows one programme to be viewed whilst another is being recorded on a USB stick. They also come with functionality that allows films and programmes from multiple Loewe sets to be shared via a video server within a home environment, enabling multiple TVs to benefit from content sharing.

Sharing opportunities are available through Loewe’s ‘Smart tv2move’ App, which turns a tablet into a second TV. The App can showcase either what is playing on the Loewe One at that moment, or another channel altogether (through the TV’s second tuner).

Those purchasing Loewe One for a future installation will be able to give their clients access to Loewe Assist Media 2015 – which is designed to make it easy to find key content, browse online and check television network broadcasts, media libraries and home networks.

The screens are available with an aluminium swivelling table base. Alternative set up options include floor stands, wall mounted or rack mounted.  

The Loewe One 55in UHD is available to preview at AWE’s Alexander House showroom in Epsom.

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