TCL Mobile has released its next generation NXTWEAR AIR wearable display, its latest paper-like NXTPAPER technology, the company’s first laptop and new flagship 30 Series smartphones at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.


The second-generation TCL NXTWEAR wearable display glasses are 30% lighter than its predecessor without compromising on the big screen experience for entertainment and productivity.

Inside the glasses are two 1080p micro-LED displays to deliver incredible detail and vibrant natural colours while maintaining deep blacks and impressive contrast. It is the equivalent of watching a 140-inch screen from four metres away.

The arms of the glasses play audio, but wired or wireless headphones can be connected for a more private viewing experience.

The glasses connect to a smart device with the USB-C cable which allows the glasses to operate without an onboard rechargeable battery or the weight of a wireless receiver onboard. The TCL NXTWEAR AIR comes with two exchangeable front lenses.


The TCL NXTPAPER 10s is a paper-like display which utilises 10 layers of protection to offer natural vibrant colours.

The screen is TUV certified and reduces blue light by more than 50% while allowing viewers to enjoy content from any angle thanks to an anti-glare finish.

The device has a 10-inch screen that can be used for consuming content as well as writing notes using the proprietary T Pen.

Powered through an 8,000mAh battery for full-day use, accessories include a Folio Keyboard and Writing Board.

TCL Book 14 Go

TCL has made its first foray into the laptop category with the TCL Book 14 Go, specifically designed with students and young professionals in mind.

With a 14.1-inch display, the device is housed in a sleek metal frame at just 13.95mm thick and weighs just 1.3kg.

The TCL Book 14 Go is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7C ARM-based architecture, incorporates 4G LTE connectivity and provides up to 12 hours of battery life.

TCL 30 Series

TCL Mobile also previewed its new 30 Series smartphones with AMOLED displays for all-day low blue light enhanced NXTVISION technology. More details will be shared at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

Availability and pricing will be announced closer to launch.

This article was written in collaboration with Tech Guideā€™s Stephen Fenech who travelled to Las Vegas with support from LG, Samsung and Hisense.