TCL, one of America’s fastest growing television brands, arrived in Canada last week, with the 35-year-old company launching their lineup of high definition displays just in time for the holidays.
The award-winning brand, which uses the Roku operating system to deliver hundreds of thousands of movies and TV shows, launched their three lines of televisions on November 1 in Canada. The lineup includes the 6-Series, which features Dolby Vision HDR technology; the 4-Series, with Ultra HD picture quality; and the smaller 3-Series, with high definition display.
Prices range from $200 for their 3-Series 32″ model, to under $900 for their 6-Series 55″ model.
“Consumers in Canada have been seeking out TCL Roku TVs for quite a while, so we are especially excited to serve this market with our most successful models. There is a clear demand in this region for bigger screens with best-in-class picture quality and TCL is meeting both of those needs by offering a premium home entertainment experience with products that feature leading technology like Dolby Vision and the Roku OS,” said Chris Larson, Senior Vice President, TCL North America.
At an event in Toronto last month, TCL showed off their impressive lineup of televisions, introducing press to the range of models and Roku’s easy-to-use system, with their simple but powerful remote control.
From the Roku home screen, all of your entertainment options are just a couple of clicks away, whether you’re going to watch TV through your cable box, play a game on your Xbox One X, or search for a show or movie in one of the hundreds of streaming channels, like Netflix or Prime Video.
TCL televisions are available from Best Buy, Amazon, and Wal-Mart in Canada.
The new TCL 6-Series combines 4K high dynamic range picture performance in a sleek metal design, with support for Dolby Vision, a comprehensive and premium HDR solution, as well as open HDR, with HDR Performance Package Pro.
Dolby Vision is an end to end ecosystem that major film and television studios and content distributors are using worldwide. There are already more than 200 hours of episodic content available in the format, plus more than 240 movies on streaming services or 4K UHD Blu-ray disc.
The 4-Series TCL Roku TV combines 4k HDR with bright, accurate colour representation in a slim design, and offers 4k upscaling to improve the look of older or lower-quality content.
Lastly, the TCL 3-Series line of TVs includes smaller sizes, with HD or 720p displays, so you can fit a TV in any space, whether it’s your kitchen, or elsewhere in your house.