TCL goes quantum with the Australian launch of its new QLED TVs

Posted: 30 April 2018 12:18 pm

From humble 55-inch sets to a massive 85-inch monster, TCL's new X series TVs have a lot to offer.

After showing them off back at CES earlier this year, TCL has today rolled out its new line of QLED TVs on Aussie shores.

Powered by quantum dot technology, which uses tiny particles to produce brighter, more vivid colours than traditional LED technology, TCL's latest line-up spans budgets both modest and extravagant. The roster is headlined by two X series TVs, the X6 and X4, both of which pack Quantum Dot Displays as well as Local Dimming for additional control over light levels.

The X6 is built for home-theatre pundits and clocks in at a whopping 85-inches, with a built-in 360-degree sound system sporting 12 channels and Dolby Atmos support.

At the slightly less extreme end, the X4 QLED TV comes in two sizes: 65-inch and 55-inch. Both feature Android TV capabilities, though you'll have to splurge for the 12-channel sound system separately.

To accompany the high-end X series, TCL has also launched the C and P lines of TVs. These lines lack the Quantum Dot Displays and Local Dimming features of the X series, but they're consequently quite a bit cheaper and still boast 4K resolutions. The C series also benefits from HDR Premium and Wide Colour Gamut support, which enables greater vibrancy when watching HDR-compatible content.

Two sets comprise the C series: the C6 QUHD Android TV and the C4 QUHD Android TV. The C6 comes in 49-inch, 55-inch and 65-inch models, while the Q4 goes large with 70-inch and 75-inch models. Rounding out the line-up is the P6 QUHD Android TV, available in 43-inch, 50-inch, 55-inch and 65-inch variants.

If you're curious about how QLED technology stacks up against traditional LED and OLED displays, check out our review of Samsung's Q9F QLED TV.

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