If you have no aversion to true wireless earbuds with a pole/stem sticking out and you are in the market for a pair with ANC, then you may want to take a look at the TCL MOVEAUDIO S600.
We already know TCL is developing a rolling display smartphone. This year, the concept is one step closer to reality when TCL CSOT revealed two rollable display products at CES 2021.
Good news for those who you are in the market for a Google TV, because you are going to have more options soon. TCL has partnered with Google to bring Google TV to its TV lineup.
In addition to the new smartphones, TCL has also revealed two new tablets at the virtual CES 2021. The tablets, namely, TCL NXTPAPER and TCL TAB 10s are designed to support educational and entertainment needs of today’s remote professionals and students.
With skyrocketing smartphone prices, it is nice to know that there are big companies out there still making affordable models. TCL is one such companies. The TV maker has revealed its all-new TCL 20 Series smartphones at this year’s virtual CES 2021, featuring TCL’s enhanced NXTVISION 2.0 display technology.
You already know TCL is working on folding screen device. We saw that last year when the company showed off a tri-fold smartphone prototype. Yesterday (or still today for some), the company kind of re-reveal the tri-fold smartphone prototype along with an entirely new concept of folding smartphone.
Sound bar. It will remain my favorite topic until I actually find one slim enough to fit under my ridiculously low sitting 55-inch Mi TV. For everyone else who has none of this concern, you may be interested in the TCL Alto 9+ 3.1 Channel Sound Bar. One look, you know it has a new …
We have seen a lot of TWS earbuds, but nothing quite like the TCL SOCL and ACTV True Wireless Earbuds. I wouldn’t say they are stylish, but I’d say that they look rather artsy. Especially the SOCL, it looks so sculpted.
TCL is better known for its affordable 4K TV in stateside, but that’s going to change this in 2020 when the brand starts rolling out its TCL-branded smartphones, including the company’s first 5G handset.
I don’t approve of kiddos getting too much screen time with gadgets, but it is part of the future, as it seems. Casting the potential eye damage aside, we have to deal with undesirable contents that may popped up along the way. So, if you really want juniors to use a gadget, then a gadget …