TCL has long delivered some of the best TV values by providing ample features and performance in a product that doesn’t break the bank. For 2023, TCL’s continues to deliver that value, but with more QLED and premium models to choose.
The lineup starts with S Class models including the S2, which is a basic 32″ 720p TV that gets a full a full metal bezel-less design. Moving up to S3 brings 1080p Full HD resolution and plus HDR performance–a rare find in this category–plus a voice remote and Bluetooth audio. The 4K S4 model brings with it sizes up to 85″, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, as well as frame insertion for smoother motion.
TCL’s also introduced a Q Class, which as you may have guessed all come with Quantum Dot color. The base option within Q Class is the Q6, which TCL promises to provide a 66-percent brighter display than any of the S Class models. TCL’s new Game Accelerator 120 feature pushes the refresh rate to 120Hz when playing games, at the expense of half the vertical resolution of a 4K image. Moving up to the Q7 adds a native 120Hz panel plus Game Accelerator 240, which offers up 240Hz VRR while on the sticks. Clearly gamers will have a lot to love here, not to mention premium features such as AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, Dolby Vision IQ, and a backlit remote.
The TCL QM8 is the brand’s flagship TV for 2023. It’s powered by a a Mini-LED backlight bringing 2,000 nits of peak brightness, thousands of local dimming zones, and even proprietary contrast engine. The QM8 also features a built-in subwoofer, Wi-Fi 6, and a height-adjustable pedestal stand. It’s also available in a variety of sizes, from 65-inches to 98-inches.
TCL’s new TV lineup is in stores now starting around $170 for the S2. For the most discerning viewers, the QM8 starts at $1,700 and tops out at $10,000 for the 98-inch model.