LG’s new TVs for India are designed to keep mosquitoes at bay

June 17, 2016 6:35 am

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Last year, India’s capital city of New Delhi recorded nearly 16,000 cases of dengue infections, the highest in recent years. The culprit: mosquitoes, which flourish in areas with uncovered garbage and stagnant water that are common in developing countries, and spread the dreaded virus as they multiply quickly. LG hopes to help its customers fight the airborne menace with a new line of LCD TVs that feature mosquito-repelling technology. And it’s not as kooky an idea as you think. The company explained in a statement, “The LG Mosquito Away TV, developed as per the Indian insights by consumers, is equipped…

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