TCL’s New QLED Roku TV 8-Series Is Now Available For Pre-Order




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TCL 8 Roku TV Front

Today TCL announced that their 2019 8-Series Roku TVs with 4K, QLED, Dolby Atmos Roku TVs are now available for sale. You can get a 65” 4K resolution model (65Q825) for $1999 and a 75” 4K resolution model (75Q825) for $2999 exclusively through and Best Buy stores across the country, with pre-orders beginning today.

“By leveraging TCL’s massive R&D team and our unique vertical integration capabilities, we are able to develop a solution that will provide broad color volume and stunning whites, while displaying the inky blacks that our users are demanding,” said Chris Larson, Senior Vice President, TCL. “The 8-Series is a testament to what we can accomplish with innovation that meets those needs. There are very few display devices available at any price that can match the cinematic picture and audio quality that these sets can deliver.”

“Together with Roku and Best Buy, we are thrilled to see our vision of providing a first-rate home theater experience to the U.S. market come to life and we hope to further spread excitement for the new 8-Series with an outstanding retail experience that elevates our world-class product assortment. We are confident that this powerful new TV line will mark a milestone in our North American offering and strengthen TCL’s position as a leader in the global consumer electronics industry,” Larson said.

You can find these new TCL Roku TVs on Best Buy’s website HERE.

Here is what you need to know about each of these new TV brands:

TCL Roku TV 8-Series

TCL first announced the Roku TV 8-Series at CES 2019. The 8-Series with Quantum Contrast technology is powered by newly developed high-performance mini-LED back-lights. A new standard in TV performance is being defined with more than 25,000 individual mini-LEDs powering the 75″ 8-Series TV, compared to only a few hundred traditional LEDs found in standard big-screen TVs.

To help improve the sound, TCL added Dolby Atmos audio technology to the 8-Series Roku TV. TCL will also offer the 8-Series with a bezel-less FullView look and Auto Game Mode to offer the best gaming experience.

The TCL 8-Series will be available this fall in a 65″ 4K resolution model (65Q825) for $1,999 and in a 75″ 4K resolution model (75Q825) for $2,999 at your favorite retailer. 8K resolution models will be available in screen sizes of 75″ and larger soon.

Correction: An earlier version of this story stated the 8K was available for pre-order. The 8K versions will go on sale later this year. Currently, only 4K versions are available for pre-order.

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