MarQ TurboStream turns your regular TV into a Smart TV at Rs 3,499

MarQ TurboStream by Flipkart - Feature Image

Flipkart’s Made in India brand, MarQ has launched its new streaming stick in India. This stick is all set to turn your regular television into a Smart Television. MarQ by Flipkart now has a streaming stick in India that you can purchase on Flipkart. Dubbed as MarQ TurboStream, the stick is priced at Rs 3,499. 

MarQ TurboStream by Flipkart – Specifications 

Equipped with Android 9.0 OS, the streaming stick ensures all access to the Google Play services and ease of use since most users will be familiar with Android functions. Based on Google’s widely popular operating system, this streaming stick is all set to change your dumb box into a smart box. 

In an era of on-demand video streaming, why would anyone like to stuck with a cable network? If you are someone who is not looking to spend on a new smart TV. But don’t want to miss out on the content being offered by the likes of Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hotstar, Zee5, and more. Then, the MarQ TurboStream can help you with that. 

Talking about the specifications of the MarQ TurboStream, it comes with a 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. It comes with a support of full HD resolution (1920 x 1080) at 60 frames per second. As far as the audio experience is concerned, it has the support of the Dolby Digital Audio. It offers dual streaming Wi-Fi (2.4GHz and 5GHz) support in case you are worried about.

With the support of Chromecast built right into it, you can enjoy your phone’s content on your TV. Now that’s something you couldn’t have even thought of doing on your regular TV. What do you guys think about it? Let us know in the comment section below. 


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