At CES 2024, fans of technology and television were in for a treat as TCL—known for its affordable products—made a significant entry into the premium TV market with the launch of the TCL QM891G. With its remarkable peak brightness of 5000 nits and 20,000-level backlight partition, this 115-inch QD-Mini LED TV was the star of the show.
The Magnificent 115QM89: The Biggest Quantum Dot-Enabled MiniLED TV
The 115QM89, TCL’s flagship model, is proof of the company’s dedication to innovation. This TV has an incredible 115-inch display and is equipped with cutting-edge technology. It is not simply large in size. With its remarkable 20,000 local dimming zones, the mini-LED backlight guarantees unmatched contrast and vivid images, setting it apart in the rapidly changing field of television technology.
With Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), the 120Hz QLED display panel on the TCL QM891G achieves an astounding 144Hz refresh rate. This feature, which eliminates motion blur and offers a fluid viewing experience, is revolutionary for high-speed content. The display uses a VA screen A++ butterfly wing star screen, a high-end design by TCL Huaxing based on Nonscale bionic technology, and has a contrast ratio of 7000:1.
TCL has added AMD FreeSync Premium compatibility to improve the viewing experience even more, guaranteeing fluid and tear-free images. With its anti-glare screen covering, this enormous TV is suitable for spaces with good lighting. It also solves reflection difficulties.
Immersion Audio and Next-Generation Television
The 115QM89 seeks to transform the auditory experience in addition to its visual appeal. The integrated 6.2.2 channel Dolby Atmos speaker system, which includes a subwoofer, produces a home entertainment experience that simulates surround sound. Adding to its futuristic capabilities, the TV incorporates an ATSC 3.0 tuner, supporting Next-Gen TV broadcasts, making it a future-proof investment for consumers.
TCL’s Vibrant CES 2024 Schedule
While the 115-inch QM891G stole the headlines, TCL’s CES 2024 selection is nothing short of spectacular. With two QLED series and two mini-LED series, the company has debuted fourK models. TCL notably signaled a focus on honing and enhancing the 4K viewing experience by not announcing any 8K TVs at the conference.
The Q6-Pro series, which comes in screen sizes ranging from 50 to 85 inches, is one of TCL’s premium offerings. These TVs claim a 33 percent increase in display brightness, reaching 600 peak nits, thanks to enhanced local dimming. An further Mini LED addition, the QM7 series, offers improved image quality overall, display brightness, and processing speeds.
Bottom-Ended to Midway
TCL’s S line, which caters to a wider audience, unveils the new S5 series, which comes in sizes ranging from 43 to 85 inches and features 4K UHD quality. Because of the new TCL AIPQ CPU, the S5 series offers a 25% brightness increase over the previous version. These TVs also offer Dolby Vision and HDR PRO+ for better overall image quality.
Beyond Televisions: An All-Inclusive Entertainment System
In addition to TVs, TCL just unveiled a new line of soundbars to go along with their TV selection. The top-of-the-line S55H and Q85H soundbars provide different audio experiences. The S55H has 2.1 Channel Dolby Atmos sound, while the Q85H has 7.1.4 Channel Dolby Atmos sound and wirelessly connects to rear speakers for a more immersive audio experience.
TCL’s Brand Relaunch
Historically recognized for its reasonably priced televisions, TCL appears committed to redefining its position as a high-end participant in the TV market. With the launch of the remarkable 115-inch QM891G and its astounding features and specs, TCL now stands to challenge well-known companies like Samsung, LG, and Sony.
TCL’s bold entry into the high-end market demonstrates its dedication to remaining at the forefront of technical breakthroughs, particularly in light of the growing demand for larger-sized smart TVs. With its MiniLED Quantum Dot technology, the 115-inch QM891G not only redefines size but also sets new benchmarks for superior visual and acoustic quality. There should be something for every customer in TCL’s CES 2024 selection, from those looking for a luxury home entertainment experience to those on a budget.