4K HDR TVs Are Crazy Accessible with TCL 6-Series 2020
With PS5 and Xbox Series X around the corner, TCL Class 6-Series 2020 is looking to bring QLED 4K HDR with a certified THX Game Mode.
The PS5 and Xbox Series X are just around the corner, and this is the first time any base consoles have been capable to hit 4K and HDR from launch. And while many techies and gamers have been set for this 4K future for years, others have hit price prohibitive roadblocks. Too often you are settling for high-quality 1080p or low-end, budget brand 4K HDR devices. That is, until now; TCL is teaming up with THX to produce a gaming-centric 4K HDR TV that punches way above its $649.99 price tag.
In the annual update to the TCL Class 6-Series, the 2020 version is officially jumping to QLED support — a substantial leap from previous models the relied on traditional LEDs. According to marketing materials from TCL, the company is looking to heavily support the gaming audience — specifically with 120 FPS support, automatic Game Mode detection, low latency, and judder and smear reduction.
The TCL Class 6-Series is available now, well ahead of the next gen console launches that should be coming Holiday 2020. On top of that, there are three different size options available as incredibly low prices:
- 55″ Model: $649.99
- 65″ Model: $899.99
- 75″ Model: $1399.99
Comparatively, this puts the TCL Class 6-Series 2020 in the low-end of a moderate price range, which is a blessing. With 8K (and 8K gaming) already starting to peek its head around the corner, it may not be worth it to dive into a TV that might get edged out with an inevitable PS5 Pro.
And doubling back to the Game Mode, it looks like TCL has partnered with THX this year to get their Game Mode certified. So outside of the company showcasing its products, we can be pretty self-assured that the TV will be hitting all of the benchmarks that it is boasting.
The TCL Class 6-Series is available now at multiple retailers.