CES 2017: TCL TVs to roll out from June

New series for the QUHD range.

TCL used this year’s CES as a platform to launch the QUHD X2 series, featuring Quantum Dot display technology, Dolby Vision high-dynamic-range (HDR) technology, MEMC, Harman Kardon sound system and an ultra-thin, edgeless design.

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The Quantum Dot display uses a non-organic compound as the light-emitting material which is stable and free from problems such as colour cast and imbalance of picture quality. The result is high luminance of up to 400 nits, with a colour gamut 52.7% wider than normal LED TVs that can outplay OLED.

The built-in MEMC, which employs the dynamic image system, will compensate for display motion blur and reduce the motion trails to the minimum. In addition to the studio-level sound experience of six Harman Kardon speakers, TCL has also equipped the X2 with Bluetooth audio and sound return, enabling users to connect smart devices to their sets, and also connect headphones through their smart devices if required.

The QUHD X2 series will be available in Australia from June at an RRP of $2,999 for the 65 inch model and $1,999 for the 55 inch model.

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