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TCL scoops 40+ awards and industry approvals at CES 2024

The QM8 mini-LED TV. (Source: TCL)
The QM8 mini-LED TV. (Source: TCL)
TCL claims to have practically soaked up the industry recognition and accolades as a result of its CES 2024 exhibition. The OEM showcased a wide variety of products that have subsequently been showered in awards, not the least of which are its new flagship 115-in mini-LED TV. TCL's latest AR glasses, NXTPAPER tablets and other displays have also attracted potentially meaningful appreciation during the Las Vegas event.

TCL has now gone through all its CES 2024-related awards and certificates, and estimates that they add up to 40 or more. The OEM garnered 6 of them at the 2023-2024 Global Top Brands (GTB) Awards Ceremony held by the European and Asia Digital Groups in partnership with IDC, for a start.

At 115 inches, TCL hyped the QM891G as the "world's biggest QD-mini LED TV" at CES, and can now also tout it as GTB's Innovative Display Technology Gold Award of the Year winner. The OEM's latest RayNeo X2 Lite AR Glasses and NXTPAPER 14 Pro tablet also came away with 2023-2024 AR Glasses Innovation and Eye Protection Display Technology Innovation Awards respectively.

TCL is also now a GTB Top 10 brand in terms of both TVs and consumer tech in general in 2024. The OEM's 27R83U/34R83Q Professional Monitor Series also attained Pantone Validated status at CES 2024, while its X955- and C755-series TVs became the world's first such devices to be conferred with the new TÜV Rheinland Realistic Visual Experience certification.

Finally, TCL's 40 NXTPAPER smartphone came away with a CES Innovation Award in 2024.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2024-01-15 (Update: 2024-01-15)