TCL Roku TV 6
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TCL’s New High End Roku TV 6-Series Are Now Available For Pre-Order

Today TCL announced that the long-awaited 6-Series Roku TVs are now available for pre-order. This is TCL’s new high-end Roku TVs.

The TCL 6-Series includes a 4K high dynamic range picture. The set will support Dolby Vision HDR and now boasts HDR Performance Package Pro to further elevate the experience. The HDR Performance Package Pro includes Contrast Control Zone Technology, a new iPQ Engine, and a versatile HDR Pro Gamma control. With 96 zones for the 55″ 6-Series TV and 120 zones for the 65″ model, the 6-Series includes high-speed 802.11ac wireless, Ethernet networking, and three HDMI®2.0a ports with HDCP 2.2 so users can enjoy optimal functionality on all inputs. TCL says the 6-Series Roku TVs will be released in spring 2018.

“Following a very successful 2017, TCL has developed new products that continue to raise the bar for a premium home entertainment experience. These TVs directly reflect the innovation and deep expertise that allows TCL to deliver a superior consumer experience for those who want more from the leading technologies featured in our TVs, like Dolby Vision and the Roku® OS,” said Chris Larson, Senior Vice President, TCL. “With improved cinematic picture quality and a sleek new cosmetic design to match that amazing picture performance, the 6-Series is a product that you can be proud of even when it is turned off. We are confident that this line will further solidify TCL’s position as a leader in North America and the global consumer electronics industry.”

Pre-orders for the TCL Roku TVs start at $649 for the 55” and $999 for the 65”. They go on sale May 1st, 2018.

Here is a hands-on look we got at CES 2018.

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