Always keen to make a place in living rooms, TCL has unveiled two new ranges of connected TVs packed with the latest technology. But these models stand out because they are the official Call of Duty TVs!
It is no longer enough for the TV to display images as best as possible. It is now important to be fully compatible with video games! That is why TCL developed Game Master, a function that optimizes display and improves panel responsiveness with extremely low latency. An essential standard, accompanied by HDMI 2.1 certification for the latest home consoles.
43 to 75 inches
The new TCL C63 and P73 bands both introduce this technology, allowing them to become the official TVs Call of duty ! A keepsake that speaks to Activision FPS fans… But all gamers will benefit from this technology capable of guaranteeing a latency of less than 15 milliseconds.
These Google TV models can also have access to display search engine content, not to mention the help of Google Assistant. Google Duo video calling app is also present, although it will be necessary to add a webcam to the TV. The main difference between the two ranges is the integration of a Quantum Dot into the C63: this display technology improves the brightness and contrast of the content.
Added to this is Dolby Atmos support thanks to Onkyo speakers, as well as Motion Clarity for a clear and smooth picture with enhanced motions at 50 or 60 Hz. For the rest, these new features share many points in common: they will be available in 43, 50, 55, 65 and 75 inch screen sizes (in March for the C63, in April for the P73), we’ll be able to enjoy Dolby Vision and HDR10 content, and even Alexa . TCL does not set prices.
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