TCL has revealed at CES that it will be releasing 25 new Roku-enabled TVs across its entire lineup in 2017. Already an excellent value buy, these upcoming models will add fresh features such as HDR compatibility and new designs. The C-Series will be available in sizes ranging from 49 to 75-inches with 4K up-scaling, 802.11ac connectivity and three HDMI 2.0a ports. Additionally, a new advanced remote will bring private listening and voice search capabilities. This will serve as TCL’s high-end model for 2017, offering the best picture across the entire lineup.

The mid-range P-Series will also sport an HDR panel starting at 50-inches, with many of the same features listed above. TCL’s main difference between the two models is a thicker bezel that is more in-line with its 2016 offerings. Budget shoppers will look to the S-Series that still offers 4K resolutions but lacks some of the high-end features like the latest HDMI specifications.

TCL is expected to begin shipping its latest TVs to manufacturers, including Amazon. At the time of publication, only the C-Series is known to start at $500.

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Source: TCL

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