Daewoo makes a return to the TV market
Televisions from Daewoo will soon be back on the market thanks to a brand new exclusive partnership between ESG: Eurosonic Group and D.A.D. (Domestic Appliance Distributors).
The agreement will see the introduction of a range of Daewoo smart TVs. ESG, an international homewares supply company based in Manchester, said it had been working hard to bring out these new TVs.
“They are high-spec and keenly priced,” the company said, “and we expect them to have a great impact on the market due to not only the technology involved but also the brand recognition that Daewoo carries.”
Heading the new line-up will be the top-of-the-range 65-inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV (DAE-D65RTS4K) with USB functionality to record digital TV and play media files, plus three HDMI inputs for external devices.
Most of the TVs in the range have smart capabilities and come with Wi-Fi and are pre-loaded with catch up and streaming apps. All the models have built-in Freeview channels.
This new exclusive agreement between ESG and D.A.D. will begin in February with white goods to follow within the coming months. This will include washing machines, tumble dryers, under-counter fridges and larder fridges to name but a few.
Daewoo Electricals still produces home goods today; it is one of the largest electronics manufacturers in South Korea. After its parent company went through bankruptcy in the late 90s, the Daewoo brand changed hands a few times. It is now part of Winia Group.