TCL has launched a range of TVs complete with Google TV and is only one of two manufacturers with this offering in 2021. To enhance the entertainment experience TCL has also released three soundbars.
The TV range is loaded with cutting-edge audio, picture and connectivity technologies such as VRR (Variable Refresh Rate), Quantum Dot and Mini LED technology.
It boasts 4K and 8K resolution while Mini LED backlight technology claims to deliver outstanding colour, contrast and brightness with Dolby Atmos and Onkyo Audio for an immersive multi-dimensional soundscape. More audio and visual enhancement come from AiPQ Engine real-time optimisation with the addition of hands-free voice control technology.
“The new range of TCL TVs offers the next generation of gamers the fantastic Game Master experience that is second to none,” TCL Electronics managing director, Mark Zhang said.
“TCL has also become the official TV partner of Call of Duty worldwide, demonstrating our ability to give the best gaming experiences to users all around the world.”
Google TV brings together movies and shows with recommendations based on what is watched from existing subscriptions and content streams. Google will find movies and shows, answer questions, control smart home devices, and more, via voice. Selected existing TCL TV models will also be making the upgrade to Google TV with a software update in 2021.
There are three new soundbars. The TS8111 with dual built-in subwoofers and TS6110 with wireless subwoofer are available now for $499 and $399 RRP respectively. The TS8132 with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and Apple Airplay connectivity will be released in August retailing for $699.
The Google TV line-up comprises the P725 from $899 RRP; the C725 from $1,099 RRP and the C825 from $2,499 RRP, all available in June in a selection of screen sizes. The X925 (pictured) will be available in July, with RRPs from $4,499.