TCL is truly a jack of all trades, but they manage to change the slogan around by being masters in multiple spaces! Television, computers, phones, and tablets all get zapped with TCL magic this CES!
TCL is probably best known for its televisions. They make amazing TVs, and they’re rolling out two new series: Q-Series and S-Series. Q-Series will have QLED screens, Quantum Dot technology, and an ultra-wide color gamut.
They also offer IMAX Enhanced Certification as well as TCL’s AIPQ Engine. There is also a dedicated Auto Game Mode to keep up with intense gaming, as well as a built-in subwoofer for better audio.
And if you want even more audio goodness, TCL is rolling out new sound bars for the Q and S series. The S series will offer 2.1, 3.1, and 5.1 channel sound bars and all new models have DTS Virtual:X for enhanced sound, plus Dolby Audio; they come Roku TV ready, so they’ll be easy to set up!
Then there’s TCL Mobile, where they’ve been consistently releasing excellent Android devices year after year. This year’s generation is the TCL 40 R 5G, TCL 40 SE, and TCL 408, which will all offer NXTVISION screens, AI-powered cameras, and long battery life.
They’ll range from $129 to $219, starting with availability in Europe and more regions coming soon. There are also updated true wireless earbuds and MOVEAUDIO Air, which will retail for $39.99.
Meanwhile, on the tablet front, they’ve got a TCL NXTPAPER 12 Pro tablet using their NXTPAPER display that makes reading and interacting more like real paper. It will sport a whopping 12.2″ screen to really maximize your reading area.
Note-taking is also easier with a low-latency E-Pen, and the ePaper screen makes it a lot easier to write and read comfortably. NXTPAPER 12 starts at $499, and a 5G version is coming soon for $549.
They’re also releasing their first 2-in-1 detachable laptop the TCL BOOK X12 Go. It offers a 12.2″ low-blue light display, Windows 11, and a detachable keyboard as well as an optional e-pen for sketching and handwriting.
Under the hood, it’s rocking a Qualcomm Octa-core Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 for plenty of power, and TCL says to expect up to 14 Hours from the battery. No word on pricing yet, but look for it later this year.
Augmented reality is something everyone wants to crack, and TCL has their new RayNeo X2, the first binocular full-color holographic AR glasses. They’re designed to be worn like regular glasses but offer a heads-up display for navigation, music, and even auto-translation. Look for them later this year!
Their TCL NXTWEAR S wearable display glasses are coming to the USA, so you can relax and watch a movie on the equivalent of a 130″ HD screen from anywhere. NXTWEAR S is coming in Q3 2023 starting at $399.
All that entertainment they’re offering is thirsty work, so TCL also has a line of small refrigerators and dedicated wine and beverage coolers. And you won’t get too hot, with the new TCL Q-Series window air conditioners that offer easy installation, quiet operation, and voice and app control.