At CES 2023, TCL was at the forefront of innovation with their QM8 television. The new television is intended to sit at the top of the company's impressive TV lineup, as well as it should. But, because it is a TCL television, it is also intended to be affordable for those looking for a large 8K television.
This flagship mini LED TV is using high-bright Pro Ultra Mini LED display, with twice the peak nits of brightness and five times the local dimming zones. With over 2,300 local dimming zones, it is the most of any 4K mini LED TV on the market. It also uses QLED Quantum Dot technology for color, providing a beautiful display that takes your breath away.
The QM8 features an 8K resolution and advanced AI-powered upscaling, making it one of the best Smart TVs on the market. The TV also comes with a full suite of entertainment apps and streaming services, giving users access to thousands of movies and shows right out of the box. Additionally, the QM8 is extremely energy efficient, using up to 75% less energy than traditional LED TVs. All in all, the QM8 is a great way for users to upgrade their entertainment experience and save on energy costs at the same time.
In addition to the 8K resolution and AI-powered upscaling, one of the most impressive features of the QM8 is its audio system. The TV features a built-in Dolby Atmos audio system that offers powerful sound and immersive surround sound, making it ideal for movie nights. Additionally, the QM8 also includes a range of other audio options, including Bluetooth streaming, multiroom compatibility, and voice control functionality. This makes it easy for users to customize their experience to their liking.
Furthermore, the QM8 also includes several smart features that make it easier for users to find and access content. It comes with built-in support for streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu, as well as a handy voice search feature that can help users quickly find what they're looking for. Plus, users can also access a variety of other content sources using the device's integrated app store. Finally, it even supports Chromecast and Airplay so that users can easily cast their favorite content to any compatible TV or device. In short, the QM8 is an amazing all-in-one entertainment system that offers tons of features to make streaming easy and enjoyable for everyone.
Overall, TCL is providing innovative televisions for the U.S. and North American markets. With their flagship QM8 and other series, they are sure to make a splash in the television market. With eleven awards already, it is clear that their televisions are of the highest quality, and will provide a beautiful viewing experience for all.
At CES 2023, the awards behind it speak for themselves, with eleven awards in total. In addition, the QM8 was joined by the rest of the Q Series and the S Series, providing even more options for customers. With a 98-inch, 85-inch, 75-inch, and 65-inch size, there is something for everyone. The televisions will be available in the second quarter of 2023, with exact release date and prices to be determined. The 65" model is available now for $1500, with the rest of the line coming soon.
To learn more about the Q Series and S Series televisions, or to see the whole lineup of TCL products, head to their website.
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