65 inches, quantum dots, 4K 120 Hz, HDMI 2.1 and lots of memory for $720. TCL T8E Max TVs unveiled

TCL unveiled its T8E Max line of TVs in China. It includes two models – with QLED screens 65 and 75 inches diagonal. The first is priced at $720, the second at $1,035.

The new products use TCL’s sixth-generation QLED panel. Compared to the TVs based on the previous generation panels, color rendering is improved and brightness is 10% higher. The service life of the panels is also increased to 60,000 hours.

The TVs feature 4K resolution and 120 Hz frame rate. HDMI 2.1 port is provided to connect modern consoles (not only consoles, though). Dolby Vivion and NENC technologies are also supported and there is a built-in dual-band Wi-Fi adapter. At the heart of the hardware platform is a CPU with four 1.9 GHz Arm Cortex-A55 cores, coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of flash memory. The new products are available for pre-order in China starting today, with retail sales starting April 14.

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