TCL made a couple of new product announcements at CES 2019. One of their them being their new audio line of personal headphones and earbuds and audio speakers.
Their audio line of headphones and earbuds are divided into four types:
SOCL – Perfect for those with an outgoing lifestyle who always look for the perfect way to identify themselves. Vibrant color schemes to fit your personality and mood.
MTRO – Uniquely designed for the on-the-go lifestyle, that delivers big beats and big sound for when you are on the move. Made to deliver an immersive music listening experience.
ACTV – Designed to give those who rarely miss a workout the extra boost they need to stay moving. Crafted with over-the-ear hook to ensure they stay comfortably secure in your ear and IPX 4 waterproof for when you work up a sweat.
ELIT – These are designed for those that are in need of premium sound quality and demand more from their technology. Precision engineered to deliver deeply powerful, thumping bass with crystal clear audio fidelity, without drowning out any of the finer sounds and instrument details within your music.
New TCL 6-Series are available in a bold design in 55”, 65” and 75”. Features 4K UHD picture quality with Dolby Vision, Roku TV smart platform, Contrast Control Zones, TCL’s NBP Photon Technology, iPQ Engine and HDR Pro Gamma. They are now exclusively at Best Buy retail stores and bestbuy.com. Pricing is less than $1800 for the 75”.
TCL also announced that they are working with Roku on an 8K HDR TV that will be available near end of 2019.
TCL’s AI-powered products will be grouped under TCL AI-IN, which is TCL’s new branded AI platform. Integrated smart technology to work with voice assistance services like Android TV, Roku and Amazon Alexa.
The Frame TV was something I remember seeing at CES last year. The Frame TV was hanging with other framed paintings on a wall. At first glance, you would never think that it was a digital image in the frame of the painting. That is until you got up close… the detail and texture projected is pretty incredible. This year the Frame TV was more interactive, in which you could take a selfie and apply different artistic effects to the photo.
At the front of the TCL booth there was an interactive display that allowed users to redesign a room using your hand. The device is a lighted circular hoop, that you place your hand in to make your selections and move around the view.
One of the TCL appliances that caught my eye was the TCL Anti-pollution Washing Machine. It uses technology that helps prevent dirt build up in the drum spider and outer tub which can cause secondary pollution. An external manual detergent dispenser can be attached which can perceive clothing and water volume, dirty level detergent volume that will be automatically adjusted.
With esports on the rise, TCL continues its partnership with COD World League and with Topgolf. The first TCL esports Lounge opened at Topgolf Las Vegas during the 2019 CES and will be coming to other Topgolf venues.
Lastly, TCL Cares was launched last year and has come a long way. It was an attempt to show that TCL is a different kind of company with a different business program. This program has shown the effort that TCL has invested in recycling, supporting local communities, how they interact with their employees and customers. TCL Cares for their users, employees, communities and environment.
For more information on these products and more, visit www.tclusa.com