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China’s LeEco prepares to take over the U.S. with phones, TVs and cars – Mashable

Mashable China's LeEco prepares to take over the U.S. with phones, TVs and cars Mashable The company, which has been called the “Netflix of China,” introduced a new lineup of products on Wednesday, including two inexpensive Android smartphones, a VR headset, a 7-foot 4K TV and a new streaming service. LeEco also showed off its electric … and more »

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China’s LeEco prepares to take over the U.S. with phones, TVs and cars – Mashable

Mashable China's LeEco prepares to take over the U.S. with phones, TVs and cars Mashable The company, which has been called the “Netflix of China,” introduced a new lineup of products on Wednesday, including two inexpensive Android smartphones, a VR headset, a 7-foot 4K TV and a new streaming service. LeEco also showed off its electric … and more »

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