At the first-ever virtual CES, TCL showcased its 2021 range of Mini LED and QLED TVs, new soundbar and recently released refrigeration range including the first model to comply with the new 2021 AS/NZS IEC 62552-3 standard.
TCL also confirmed the roll out of its TCL Google TV series, combining Mini LED, 8K and QLED with Google’s on-demand video service for viewers to access content more easily.
TCL Australia general manager of sales, Jason Carrick said the announcement takes the company’s partnership with Google to the next level: “This comes off the back of our award-winning and highly successful 2020 launch of our X10 Mini LED series and reinforces our commitment to transforming TVs into smart living ecosystems.”
The TCL C825 4K Mini LED TV elevates the viewing experience with Quantum Dot display technology, Dolby Vision HDR imaging technology, Dolby Vision IQ and IMAX Enhanced certification.
Gaming is taken to the next level with 200 Clear Motion Rate (CMR) and 120Hz low reverse display, supported by a 4-way HDMI 2.1 port, Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM), eARC, WiFi6 and low input lag for faster, smoother graphics and better sound effects.
TCL’s C725 4K QLED TV (pictured) boasts nearly 100% ultra-high colour gamut (DCI-P3), Dolby Vision for ultra-vivid images and Dolby Atmos immersive audio, combined with Onkyo sound capabilities. The C725’s AiPQ Engine provides real-time optimisation for various entertainment and content genres.
This model also supports 100 CMR and HDMI 2.1 for smooth images. Users will also benefit from hands-free voice control 2.0, Google Duo and an array of apps including Netflix, Amazon Prime, Google Play, Disney+ and more.
TCL’s P7254K HDR TV features Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos to combine HDR with wide colour gamut for enhanced brightness, contrast, colour, and detail. CMR motion picture processing ensures crisp and clear image performance. This model comes with hands-free voice control 2.0 and the latest in Android TV OS.
The new TCL TS8111 soundbar offers Dolby Atmos in a single system supported by a combination of angled drivers and acoustic radiators for a surround sound like experience. The built-in subwoofer delivers deep bass and Bluetooth capability enables the soundbar to be used as a music system.