Onida launches ad-campaign –Maximum Impact – Maximum Sound
Onida a leading Indian consumer durable manufacturer has launched new print ad campaign “Maximum Impact –Maximum Sound” for their newly launched KY Super thunder smart TV.
The ad-campaign reflects the positioning of the brand as a category-defying sound that will blow away the connoisseur of sound. The campaign is to tap the today’s generation who are smart and connected well with the technology. The brand continues to focus on “owner’s pride”.
The entire advertisement strategy is being conceptualized and driven by Taproot Dentsu. The brand is focussing on print ad-campaign across national and other regional dailies spread across India. Besides very strong BTL activities have been planned with all the MBOs across India, to deliver the essence of the brand and enhance visibility.
Commenting on this occasion Mr. Vijay Mansukhani, MD, Mirc Electronics Ltd said “Television technology has changed by leaps and bounds over the last ten years. Onida is known for introducing innovative and advanced products by its experienced R&D team from time to time. The KY Super Thunder has a great sound, 4k picture quality and much required smartness in the TV.
We are the only company which has been working on both sound and picture quality, whereas others have been focussing only on quality of the picture. As promised in the past, Devil is back and now represents entire brand Onida as a brand.”
The Onida KY SUPER THUNDER with KY HORNS technology comes with the Smart feature as well. These SMART TV will run on an Android 7.0 operating system, enhancing the viewing experience. This will also allow users to have access to the Google Play store and a suite of other services, as added value. It has an Air Mouse Remote with Point & Click technology and QWERTY keyboard behind. When other leading brands offer a high-end big-screen 4K UHD TV at a price point of 1 lakh upwards, Onida offers true value in much lesser cost with distinct product features and benefits revolving around Big Picture, Big Sound.