Posted Tue Jan 5, 2016 at 12:00 PM PST by Steven Cohen
The new premium TVs are on display at CES.
TCL has announced its newest Ultra TV model. The X1 QUHD TV features advanced picture quality features like Dolby Vision and Quantum Dots.
"With our latest X1 series, we integrated best-in-class technologies across HDR, quantum dot and 4K Ultra HD for the best viewing experience with the most vivid colors, striking contrasts and crisp resolutions," said Chris Larson, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, TCL North America. "Dolby Vision is leading the market in HDR technology and, coupled with a wide selection of premium HDR streaming content, takes the X1 series to the next level of performance."
The 65-inch X1 TV features an Ultra HD LED panel with a 4000R curvature and Quantum Dot technology to deliver a wide color gamut and up to 1,000 nits peak brightness. In addition, the display includes direct local dimming technology with 288 zones and a special slim design. Likewise, the TV supports Dolby Vision HDR for enhanced contrast. An IDP (Intelligent Display Process) Engine for accurate colors and SDR to HDR is incorporated as well, along with MEMC (Motion Estimation and Motion Compensation). Finally, the X1 also includes an integrated Harman Kardon S-Class Stereo system. Support for several 4K HDR streaming services will be featured as well, including VUDU.
Pricing has not been detailed yet, but the TCL 65-inch X1 QUHD TV will be available in the US during the second quarter of 2016.
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