TCL has introduced a new line of large-sized QD-Mini LED TVs with up to 5,000 nits peaks brightness.
The flagship model is the QD-Mini LED TV X955 series, which features over 5,000 full array local dimming zones and 5,000 nits of peak brightness. Equipped with QLED technology, the TCL X955 series produces more than a billion colours and an extensive 98% DCI-P3 colour gamut. It is powered by the AiPQ Processor 3.0, TCL’s latest proprietary AI algorithms to offer the optimized clarity, contrast, HDR support, colours and motions in various scenes. It is also certified by TUV Rheinland for its Realistic Visual Experience.
The X955 Series also features a 4.2.2 channel solution, a maximum of 160W Onkyo audio system, as well as Dolby Atmos. Available with an ultra-slim, bezzle-less design with latest cable management, the X955 comes in up to 85″ and 98″ large size in select global markets.
Complementing the X955 series is the C955 series, which achieves 2,000 across both number of local dimming zones and peak brightness. Additionally, its 120W Onkyo audio system and Dolby Atmos provide a theatrical sound experience, says TCL.
The C955 Series will be available in 65″, 75″, 85″ and 98″ models in select global markets.
Finally, there’s the C755 series (C805 in Europe) which comes in 50”, 55”, 65”, 75”, 85”, and 98” sizes in select global markets. As the entry-level QD-Mini LED TVs, they offer 1,300 nits peak brightness and 144Hz VRR.
TCL also presented a new 4K UHD TV, P745, the latest affordable model in large 85″ and 98″.