Issue 28



16 May 2019

TCL Electronics announces the launch of its first-ever 8K TV; the 75-inch X10 QLED.

Unveiled in January at the CES convention in Las Vegas, TCL’s 8K TV received an overwhelmingly enthusiastic response ahead of its arrival in Australia and New Zealand, with the TCL X10 winning the 8K TV Gold Award of the Year; a prestigious recognition at the global industry event.

With the highest picture resolution in the world, the 8K TV offers 16 times more pixels than a full HD TV and four times more pixels than a 4K TV, employing TCL’s latest Quantum Dot display technology. The simple, elegant, and full-view design also allows customers to enjoy the highest quality viewing experience with a wider screen.

“8K TVs have been on the lips of everyone in the tech world and are at the forefront of at-home entertainment. We are driven to deliver the latest innovative TV experience to our customers, bringing a new era of breathtaking colour and uncompromising quality”, said Mark Zhang, General Manager of TCL Australia.

The award-winning TV also features a premium built-in soundbar tuned by Onkyo and features Dolby Atmos audio, offering a superior theatre-quality sound experience, with crystal clear sound from its Dolby Atmos sound base. 

Furthermore, the 8K TV features Artificial Intelligence (AI – IN) enabling viewers to control compatible devices around the home via speaking into the voice controlled remote, channelled through Google Assistant and Works with Alexa. This allows viewers to easily search for their favourite show, ask questions and set reminders by simply speaking into the remote control.

This AI-IN feature is also available on TCL’s 2019 range including the X7 QLED TV, C8 Series, P8M Series and the S6800 Series.

“The introduction of our AI-IN system will turn a TCL Television into the heart of the home –with the goal to make lives more intelligent for our customers – paired with an ultimate visual and audio feast,” added Mr Zhang.

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