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A Dutch Multinational – Koninklijke Philips N.V. aka Royal Philips or better and popularly known as Philips was founded by Fredrick and Gerard Philips in 1891 is one of the largest electronics company that pays over 122,000 people in more than 60 countries worldwide . Headquarted at Amsterdam , it produces TV sets in one of the three main division- Philips Consumer Lifestyle . Philips product aim at less power ingesting and the TVs demonstrate Ambilight feature that replaces convention CCFls with LEDs . A whole new range of Philips Smart TVs with twin core processor have hit the markets this year .

Philips also provide USB link for multiroom that assists in sharing information(recordings , browses etc ) over other Philips TVs in the home .It also provides latest qwerty keypad remote controls to make browsing and searching easier .

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