We all know how expensive 4K TVs are, but thanks to brands like TCL, getting cutting edge TV no longer need not to be a bank breaker. The brand’s 6 Series 4K HDR Roku TVs is one good example. Granted, it may not be as flexible in entertainment because they are not Android TVs, but armed with Roku, it should have enough entertainment to fill most people’s day.
With over 5,000 streaming channels with more than half a million movies and TV shows, it really should have your couch-based entertainment covered. In fact, you’d be spoilt for choice, but if those aren’t enough, the Roku Channels also give you free access to a collection of tops films, TV and more, plus Dolby Access channel for you to drool over the eye-watering details Dolby Vision has to offer.
A follow up to TCL’s 2017 award winning P6-series TVs, the TCL 6 Series 4K HDR Roku TVs boast several features including increased Contrast Control Zones, Dolby Vision HDR, wide color gamut with TCL’s NBP Photon technology, a new iPQ Engine for controlled and precise color reproduction, and HDR Pro Gamma that promised “impactful” HDR performance regardless of the environment, from the darkest home theaters to super bright living rooms and anything in between.
Now, the thing with “budget” TVs is, you often expect nothing more than a meager design, but here’s another aspect the TCL 6 Series 4K HDR Roku TVs stands out; it is bold and beautiful, accomplished by a thin form wrapped in a sleek brushed metal finish. Oh man, just look at this:
I mean, seriously, I bet you did not expect a design so beautiful (not to mention all the tech promised) for a sub one thousand 4K HDR TVs, did you? I, for one, did not. Speaking price, the TCL 6 Series 4K HDR Roku TVs is available as we speak, at a special pre-order introductory price of $649 for the 55-inch mode (55R617) and $999 for the 65-inch model (65R617).
The only alternative at such competitive price range and look is Xiaomi, but the caveat with that is, the OS is in Chinese. Oh. We forgot to mention each unit comes with the new Roku TV Voice Remote that lets you search, switch inputs, tune to a local antenna broadcast channel, launch a streaming channel and more – all by using your voice.
All images courtesy of TCL USA.