TCL's glorious new 6-Series TVs are now available
We pulled no punches back in August when we got a preview of TCL's new 6-Series and 8-Series TVs, easily declaring that this year's lineup is the one to beat. And you can now purchase the new 6-Series kit — still powered by Roku TV — and get one hell of a set for well under $1,000.
Here's our summary, for those who didn't bother to click through:
Because you asked: The all-new 6-Series is now available. #TCLTV #6Series https://t.co/ElOji6J7yT pic.twitter.com/QL2O9QUp0gBecause you asked: The all-new 6-Series is now available. #TCLTV #6Series https://t.co/ElOji6J7yT pic.twitter.com/QL2O9QUp0g— TCL USA (@TCL_USA) September 19, 2019September 19, 2019
To be clear, this is the "mid-range" 6-Series. And when we say "mid-range," what we really mean at this point is that it's plenty of TV for most folks, way better than average, and an absolutely brilliant way to spend your money. It's got 4K resolution, of course, HDR 10 and Dolby Vision, plenty of inputs, and available at just the right size.
What it is not, however, is the new TCL 8-Series. That's still to come, with its glorious micro-LED panels that take things to an even higher (yet still relatively affordable) level. More to come on that in due time. For now, you can pick up a new 55- or 65-inch 6-Series for less than $1,000.
The right TV at the right price
TCL's 6-Series is the perfect marriage of price and technology — and it's gotten even better for 2019 with the inclusion of a QLED panel. If you have room for a 65-incher, it's the way to go.
TCL 6-Series 2019 55-inch ($599 at Amazon)
Smaller, and less expensive
If a 55-inch TV is more your speed, the 2019 TCL 6-Series Roku TV will serve you nicely.
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