Amazon has announced the expansion of its Amazon-built TV lineup, adding more sizes and a new affordable model. The lineup now includes three new sizes of the Fire TV Omni QLED, as well as the all-new Fire TV 2-Series. The new sizes in the Omni QLED series feature a 43-inch, 50-inch and 55-inch. The TVs, which boast 4K displays and Dolby Vision IQ and HDR10+ support, provide an immersive, theatrical experience in any room. The new Fire TV 2-Series starts at just $199.00 and comes in two sizes, 32-inch and 40-inch.
In other news, Spin-Clean International has launched the industry’s first vinyl cleaning education program. The company hopes that the new initiative will help inform young vinyl music enthusiasts about the importance of cleaning and maintaining their record collections. The idea for the education program came about after a study was published by MusicWatch that showed an estimated 18 million consumers purchased vinyl during 2021 – a 27% increase over the previous year. The Spin-Clean consumer outreach program will begin in the spring and run through the end of the year.
Lastly, DEN Smart Home has launched a new authorized dealer program that will give professionals exclusive pricing and prioritized order fulfillment. Those who sign up to join the program will be able to purchase a SmartStrike for their home or show room at a discounted price of $99. The SmartStrike is a disruptive access control solution that installs easily and discreetly into a door frame. Additionally, orders of 24 or more will receive an additional 10% off dealer pricing.
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