TCL TVs are getting greater at CES with another 85-inch ‘XL Collection’

TCL is pulling out all the stops at CES – literally. Notwithstanding increasing its 2021 6-Series to 8K, on Monday the China-based electronics goliath reported that it will add another size to its well known line of TVs: 85 inches. Called the “XL Collection,” the three new sets will including an affordable 4-Series model, a more upscale QLED version and a flagship-level model with 8K resolution.

All sets will be powered by Roku’s streaming platform, with the 4-Series and QLED models running at 4K resolution. The midtier QLED model will likewise support Dolby Vision and Atmos, full-array local dimming, variable refresh rate for gaming as well as 120Hz HDMI input. The flagship 8K model in the XL Collection will utilize the organization’s most recent Mini-LED technology, a slimmer design it’s calling OD Zero.

TCL didn’t uncover which TVs will support the most recent version of HDMI, known as HDMI 2.1, or if any of the gigantic sets will support features, for example, eARC for interfacing more up to date sound systems. It additionally would not say which features will be available on the 8K mini-LED TV.

The 4-Series will be the initial 85-inch TV to be released, coming “later this quarter” for $1,600. TCL says the other two models will show up in “the months to follow,” however the organization didn’t reveal more explicit timing or pricing.

The new TVs come as significant producers keep on increasing the quality and sizes. A week ago Sony and Samsung uncovered their respective 2021 TVs, with each organization promoting new models in greater sizes or with improved OLED or Mini-LED, while LG updated its line on Monday.

The bigger sets are only one part of TCL’s busy CES. The organization presented a variety of new phones and tablets coming later this year.

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