Today at CES RCA announced new Roku TVs and TVs running Google TV. These include budget-friendly Roku TVs and Google TV smart TVs running Mini-LEDs. This comes as RCA releases a full line of new home products, including smart pet products.
Here are the TVs that RCA announced today:
- DLED with A Grade Panel ($150-$300) offers a “Grade A” panel and both Android and Roku operating systems.
- QLED and Mini-LED ($300-$750) boasts enhanced color and brightness with Google TV and Web operating systems.
- OLED and Mini-LED with AR/VR Connectivity ($750-$1,500) provides viewers with AR/VR connectivity, superior image, sound quality, and futuristic connectivity options with Android and GoogleTV operating systems.
This brings one more option for cord cutters looking for QLED and Mini-LED TVs running Google TV. To launch these TVs Roku is partnering with Treasure Creek. They expect these TVs to launch later on in 2024, but no date was announced for these new TVs.
“CES 2024 marks a significant milestone for RCA as we pioneer the next generation of audio, TV, and connected home technologies,” said Tony Bozzini, President of RCA. “Our partnership with Top Tech echoes our heritage in radio, while our collaboration with Treasure Creek is set to revamp our suite of TV offerings for customers across the country. As we forge new partnerships, we remain committed to our existing ones. Our new pet feeders and continued partnership with K9s For Warriors symbolizes our dedication to innovation that extends beyond convenience to cater to the needs of pets and their owners. “
RCA will also be releasing gaming monitors that will be available for sale at Amazon and Walmart, starting at $299 and going up to $429, with a 240Hz refresh rate.