Last year, TCL released its flagship P-Series UHD TV and it took the tech world by storm. Its stunning picture, aided by Dolby Vision HDR and Contrast Control Zone technology, belied its reasonable $650 price tag.
The tech giant is now launching the successor to the P-Series, its all-new 6-Series. And unlike last year’s model, the 6-Series won’t be a sleeper hit. It’s going to get loads of attention right from the start.
Among the 6-Series’ many features is 4K resolution and Dolby Vision HDR for more contrast and brightness, along with an expanded color palette. It also boasts what TCL calls an HDR Performance Package Pro, which combines an iPQ Engine that provides precise color replication, HDR Pro Gamma to significantly improve HDR performance in any setting, and enhanced Contrast Control Zone technology that individually optimizes the image across up to 120 zones.
Not only is the picture quality greatly improved this year, but TCL also upped its design game. The 6-Series has a bold, brushed metal design and eye-catching “power button jewel” that will make it stand out in any living room. Plus, with Roku built-in, there will be no shortage of entertainment options.
TCL’s 6-Series is available now in 55″ and 65″ models starting at just $649.99.