TCL has unveiled its proprietary NXTPAPER display technology for the first time in Australia at EduTech 2022, the region’s largest education trade show and conference.

With the impending launch of the TCL NXTPAPER 10s tablet, the company intends to work with the education sector to deliver affordable technology that offers significant eye health and wellness benefits.

The TCL NXTPAPER 10s reduces blue light by 73%, as certified by TÜV Rheinland, achieved through the tablet’s software and hardware, its paper-like display design utilising 10 layers of protection to retain natural colours and clear viewing from any angle.

“With the local launch of our NXTPAPER 10s tablet right around the corner, we’re thrilled to be showing our newest innovative display technology at such a major education conference,” TCL Communication Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands channel manager, Joseph Corrente said.

“I truly believe our newest tablet offering will provide parents peace-of-mind that kids can equally study and surf the web without unnecessary strain on their eyes. Our ongoing focus on the eye fatigue and safety of our consumers is nothing new for us, and our new proprietary display technology with NXTPAPER is no exception.

“While we know this tablet will offer a compelling opportunity for technology decision makers in the education sector, we are also confident that the NXTPAPER 10s’ benefits extend far and wide, offering Australians affordable and safe display technology.”

The TCL NXTPAPER 10s has PC Mode built-in and is easily accessible through the drop-down setting, which combined with its Folio Keyboard and 8,000mAh battery, results in more than a full day of learning, working or entertainment.

THE TCL NXTPAPER 10s was previewed at CES 2022 and will launch in Australia in September 2022 for RRP $499.