New to the 2020 TV lineup is the TCL 5-Series QLED Roku TV. You read that right. QLED. The 5-Series has long been known as one of TCL’s better TVs at an incredibly low price, and they just made it better. The 5-series now features Quantum Dot (QLED) color technology, along with TCL’s Contrast Control Zone technology, and the best part is these upgrades were made without a drastic price increase.
The biggest upgrade you’ll see in the 2020 5-Series Roku TV is the switch to Quantum Dot (QLED) color technology. Joining the award-winning 6-series, this Roku TV is now able to deliver better brightness and a wider color volume. With a 100% color volume in the DCI-P3 color space, this technology delivers stunningly saturated reds, greens and blues, which results in vivid, lifelike picture performance.
Next is the introduction of Contrast Control Zone technology, which features 80 zones of LED lights powering the TV’s luminance engine. These localized zones result in high-precision contrast accuracy, so you get deeper darks and brighter lights.
On top of all of this, the 5-series TVs include Dolby Vision™ HDR (High Dynamic Range), which uses contrast, color, and detail to deliver superior 4K ultra HD clarity. And with TCL’s AiPQ Engine, you can enjoy a full cinematic experience that is guaranteed to deliver maximum accuracy and quality every time. The AiPQ Engine combines three picture quality algorithms to ensure the best color, contrast and clarity.
The technology in the 5-series isn’t the only thing that got an upgrade this year. With a slim profile and bezel-less design, the 5-series Roku TV not only looks sleek in your home, but also allows for a more cinematic viewing experience. Also adding to the aesthetics of your home, an integrated cable management system keeps cables out of sight and clutter-free.
If you’re still wondering if this is the TV for you, let’s talk about price. This incredible TV with coming of age technology ranges from $400 – $1100. With the average cost of QLED TVs constantly rising, TCL is unmatched when it comes to cost for quality. You’re getting the best quality for the lowest price.