South African tech firm launches Africa’s first AI TV 


Agilitee Africa, the South African tech giants continue to unveil pioneering inventions with the latest being Africa’s first digital video broadcasting – second generation terrestrial (DVB – T2) full AI smart television set.

The TV has ISO approval and is the new generation television that uses telematics for voice recognition and instruction remote system, the age of instructing a controlling a TV with voice (user’s) and other great AI features.

As an extra for those who are in power troubled arrears, the television set can work through solar and its battery never loses its power. This means it can be used in the desert regions even in cold weather as the battery powers as it is being used.

This is the first of its kind in Africa even by an African company, which also into the production of eco-friendly electric vehicles and other solar-powered products.

The Chief Executive of Agilitee Africa, Dr. Mandla Lamba, said the products have already been supplied to Rwanda, Nigeria and South Africa markets while hoping to break ground in the other West African markets.

“We will do Ghana, Zambia, Kenya, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Tanzania and Namibia in January and start selling on the 1st of February in all,” he said.

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