TCL Launches T7K Mini LED TVs with 4K Screen, 144Hz Refresh Rate, and Ultra-Slim Design

TCL Launches T7K Mini LED TVs with 4K Screen, 144Hz Refresh Rate, and Ultra-Slim Design

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TCL has unveiled its latest T7K Mini LED TV series, featuring a range of features designed to deliver an exceptional viewing experience.

The TVs come in sizes ranging from 55 inches to 98 inches, making them ideal for both home theaters and living rooms. All variants are now available for pre-order.

Regarding pricing, the 55-inch variant is priced at 3299 yuan ($464), while the 75-inch variant comes at 5999 yuan ($844), the 85-inch variant at 7999 yuan ($1126), and the 98-inch variant at 13999 yuan ($1971).

In terms of specifications, the T7K series features True XDR Mini LED screens with a brightness ratio of up to 1600 nits per square meter. This, along with over 960 dimming zones in the larger variant, provides exceptional contrast and HDR performance.

Blacks appear deeper, whites brighter and details incredibly lifelike.

TCL’s Quantum Dot Pro 2024 technology ensures a wide color gamut of 98% DCI-P3, displaying over 10 billion colors with exceptional accuracy.

Additionally, the T7K series boasts a color accuracy rating of ΔE<0.99, ensuring professional-grade color reproduction.

TCL Launches T7K Mini LED TVs with 4K Screen, 144Hz Refresh Rate, and Ultra-Slim Design

TCL has equipped the T7K TVs with self-developed precision optics technology. This technology improves emission angle, heat dissipation, and brightness uniformity.

The TVs also feature anti-yellowing optical materials and micron-level sculpting for enhanced image quality.

The T7K series features 16-bit environmental brightness and color temperature perception, allowing precise control over 65,000 levels of local backlighting. This translates to clearer, more realistic displays with minimal halo effects. The TVs also boast a wide viewing angle of up to 178 degrees.

Internally, the T7K series is powered by the Loyo Chip M2 image quality enhancement chip. This chip works with TCL’s TXR Mini LED technology to deliver a range of image quality enhancements, including detail enhancement, scene improvement, noise reduction, and AI color enhancement.

Moreover, the T7K TVs feature a powerful 2.1-channel Hi-Fi professional audio system with a total output of 70 watts and Dolby Atmos support.

Additionally, the TVs feature a high-fidelity 20-watt subwoofer for deep, impactful sound.

The T7K TVs run on Smart Desktop, providing an ad-free, user-friendly interface with quick startup times. There is support for various connectivity options, including quad-channel HDMI 2.1, USB 3.0, and Wi-Fi 6.

Furthermore, the T7K device features NAS (Network Attached Storage) compatibility, allowing for seamless streaming of large media files from your home network.

In terms of storage, the TVs come with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.

The T7K TV features an ultra-slim, integrated flat design, achieving a screen-to-body ratio of up to 98%.

Additionally, the T7K features support for various audio and visual certifications such as Dolby Vision Atmos, HDR10+, HLG, and IMAX Enhanced, ensuring an immersive cinematic experience.

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