TCL is known for bringing value-packed smart TVs to the masses, complete with Roku built-in and 4K resolution. But the brand’s latest TVs deliver something that even the most discriminate home theater enthusiasts will love.
For 2017, TCL announced its first 4K Roku TVs with Dolby Vision HDR. This includes the new P-Series that features Dolby Vision HDR with local dimming, which can be had in screen sizes ranging from 50 to 65 inches. A new C-Series line also features Dolby Vision HDR and a more contemporary design, complete with an ultra thin profile and front-facing speakers. Screen sizes for this series range from 55 to 75 inches.
Both the C-Series and P-Series support the Dolby Vision and HDR10 High Dynamic Range formats, delivering a better picture quality than previous generation TVs. These also boast a wide color gamut with advanced LED phosphors for more realistic color and extreme contrast with deeper blacks and brighter whites.
While TCL’s newest TVs deliver improved picture quality, they still deliver the convenience and familiarity of the Roku smart tv platform, as well as reasonable price points. The 55-inch P-Series model will be available for an introductory price of $599 via pre-order on Amazon.com later this month. The higher-end C-Series will start at $699. Both models and their various screen sizes will be available at major retailers in June.