Finally, a TV that promises to deliver great technology while treating your wallet with the dignity it deserves — the TCL 6 Series.
We actually included the brand new TCL 6 Series as one of our favorite parts of CES 2018 — you can read all about it right here — but we just wanted to quickly tell you that we finally have a release date for the follow up TV from TCL that stole the show from some $1k+ TVs last year.
Why did it steal the show? HDR10 and Dolby Vision (Dolby Vision is considered better than HDR10 when it comes to HDR technology, which gives better color range and better blacks, but it has to be licensed by companies to include it with their hardware), 72 local dimming zones for the LEDs (better blacks, brightness control), Roku software, 55 inches and a $650 price tag.
The brand new TCL 6 Series (renamed for this year), promises a bump in every area that counts (96 local dimming areas, better brightness, better processing) while refining the design from plastic to a brushed aluminum finish. It will be coming in both 55in and 65in (with 120 dimming zones!) — a larger size to last year’s 55in only.
Oh yeah, the TCL 6 Series still has HDR10 and Dolby Vision to boot… and will keep the same price as last year.
TCL is innovating for parents and everyday users that we didn’t really think was possible, and budgets can thank them in May.
Check out the official announcement on the TCL 6 Series here for more info.