Bargain brand TCL launches high-end TV with Dolby Vision HDR
If you recognize the TCL brand at all, it's for cheap TVs, perhaps with Roku built-in. With X1 series, the Chinese TV maker is going for something completely different.
When it launches in the second half of 2016 in the US, for an as-yet-undisclosed, but likely quite expensive price, the TCL X1 will hit just about every high-end TV check box. So far it has only been announced in a 65-inch size.
Most important, it's one of the few TVs announced so far to incorporate the Dolby Vision HDR system. The first was Vizio's Reference Series, another high-end play from a brand known best for bargains. Vizio's 65-inch version costs a cool six grand, making it one of the most expensive 65-inch TVs on the market.
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