TCL has announced a suite of new products at CES in Las Vegas including the TCL 40 Series smartphone range, two new devices NXTPAPER technology and TCL’s next-generation smart wearable glasses, the TCL RayNeo X2.   

TCL takes a major step forward in augmented reality in 2023 with the launch of its next generation AR glasses, TCL RayNeo X2.   

Implementing binocular full-colour Micro-LED optical waveguide display, TCL RayNeo X2 serves various functions like smart navigation, auto-translation, photography, filming and music-playing in a regular glasses design. Major display upgrades of a high contrast ratio of 100,000:1 as well as image brightness of up to 1,000 nits make it ideal for both indoor and outdoor usage.       

Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 platform, TCL RayNeo X2 features simultaneous localisation and mapping (SLAM) and gesture recognition interaction. Its powerful mapping technology shows nearby landmarks and its integrated advanced AI translation system breaks down language barriers. TCL RayNeo X2 can translate conversation and display subtitles from several different languages in real-time. Instant calls and message notifications pop up timely.  

The TCL NXTWEAR S wearable display glasses have also been introduced to the US market, featuring an equivalent 130-inch, high-definition screen at four metres away, new-generation dual 1080p Micro OLED displays, and a unique acoustic phase cancellation model.  

The NXTWEAR V virtual reality concept weighs only 236 grams. The display, developed by TCL CSOT, produces a realistic colour performance thanks to the VR optical module providing 108-degrees field of view and 1512ppi pixel density, improving both picture quality and relief from dizziness.  

TCL is also expanding its NXTPAPER display technology to new categories with the TCL NXTPAPER 12 Pro tablet and TCL’s first 2-in-1 detachable laptop, TCL BOOK X12 Go. 

Both devices come with a 12.2-inch 2K NXTPAPER screen and a paper-like display that filters more harmful blue light by up to 61%than regular screens. Eye protection hardware and software is layered to help reduce eye strain and retain original, vibrant colours. The screens are as bright as regular tablets – 100% more than the previous iteration of NXTPAPER.  

Lightweight and slim, TCL NXTPAPER 12 Pro with a 3:2 aspect ratio provides 18.5% more content than a regular 16:9 screen to facilitate efficiency. When paired with the TCL E-Pen (included), users can enjoy paper-like smoothness. Windows 11 Home is pre-installed, while the Octa-core processor and 14-hour battery supports all day use.  

The TCL 40 Series of smartphones, including the TCL 40 R 5G, TCL 40 SE, and TCL 408, boast enhanced NXTVISION screen technology, long-lasting battery, and 50MP AI-powered camera.  

For ultra-fast 5G, the TCL 40 R 5G packs a 7nm high performance 5G processor, while the TCL 40 R 5G demonstrates TCL’s commitment to deliver 5G for all.  

For those who want audio and visual immersion, TCL 40 SE comes with dual stereo speakers to match the 6.75-inch display. In addition, it offers a 90 Hz refresh rate display.

The TCL 408 incorporates a 2-in-1 hyper camera which combines the 50MP main camera and an enhanced macro lens to capture images in high resolution. TCL 408 also comes with dual stereo speakers.  

The TCL MOVEAUDIO Air, the latest TCL earbuds to offer ultimate audio immersion. All-day battery with up to nine hours of music play and super-fast audio combine to deliver crystal-clear, well-balanced sound in a lightweight, comfortable fit.  

The TCL TAB 8 LE is an ultra-compact tablet for staying connected at home and on the go with a portable and lightweight design.  

TCL TAB 8 LE sports an 8-inch HD display, quad-core processor, LTE connectivity and an all-day 4080mAh battery, supported by 5MP front and rear cameras. Dual stereo speakers deliver immersive sound, while the 32GB internal storage supports expandable micro SD card storage up to 512GB.  

Australian availability and pricing will be announced closer to local launch dates.