TCL announces its latest 4K TVs with upgraded VRR, AMD FreeSync Premium and more
TCL's latest major product event has revealed that the latest generations of its C- and P-series TVs now all run Google TV out of the box. The OEM also asserts that they are set up for gaming as well as entertainment, equipped with "the best" of its in-house miniLED or QLED technology as they are.
The former is found in the new C93- and C83-series units, which also feature the latest form of TCL's Game Master Pro features. Possibly more importantly, however, they also support VRR that can be set at 120Hz and even 144Hz: something not found even in the flagship X925 PRO model.
The entire 2022 C-series also emits Dolby Atmos-enhanced audio tuned by Onkyo, with a "high-class 2.1.2 sound system" from the brand in the top-end C93 models. It consists of stereo front firing speakers; dual vertical up-firing speakers and 1 speaker specifically for bass, the latter of which is also present in the C83 TVs, along with integrated stereo speakers.
Finally, TCL has also introduced new P73- and P63-series models, albeit not in quite as much detail. We do know that they are 4K HDR units with a 75-inch variant apiece for the first time. Similarly, TCL has yet to go through every European-market SKU (and its respective price) per new line, although it has hinted at a new 95-inch C93 flagship, as well as larger 85-inch C73 and P73 options in 2022.