TCL has introduced a lineup of cutting-edge displays featuring 8K monitors, 8K OLED Displays, a 57-inch curved Mini-LED, and a 31-inch 4K OLED Dome display. The announcement took place at the Global Display Tech-ecosystem Conference 2023 in Wuhan, China, marking TCL’s stride towards next-gen display technologies. The event showcased TCL’s commitment to shaping a more advanced, connected, and healthy display future.
The All New Display Lineup by TCL
A standout presentation was TCL’s “X-intelligence” display, the world’s first to incorporate real-time artificial intelligence capabilities. This innovation, with powerful natural language processing and knowledge reasoning, aims to enhance consumer displays’ interactivity and cater to various industry applications. While TCL didn’t delve into the technical details, the move aligns with the growing influence of AI in the market.
Additionally, TCL unveiled several groundbreaking display technologies leveraging OLED and LCD capabilities. Among the revealed products are a 27-inch 8K 2D/3D Adjustable Light Zone Monitor with Eye Tracking, a 31-inch 4K 120Hz OLED Monitor with a Dome-Shape Design, and a 57-inch DUHD 240Hz Mini LED 1000R Curved Monitor with 11,000+ Light Zones.
Notably, the World’s First 65-inch 8K 120Hz IJP OLED Curved Monitor offers an immersive experience with 33 million pixels, a 7680 x 4320 resolution, and an 1800R curve. Utilizing IJP OLED technology, it enhances material efficiency, reduces blue light radiation by 50%, and maintains color accuracy even in low grayscale images.
TCL’s innovation extends to the World’s First 14-inch 2.8K IJP Hybrid OLED Notebook, featuring groundbreaking IJP OLED technology with a mass-produced 240PPI breakthrough. This notebook boasts a 30-120Hz adaptive refresh rate, delivering high-definition picture quality in a thin and portable design suitable for mobile lifestyles.
While TCL has not disclosed release dates or pricing details, these technological advancements reflect the company’s strategic positioning to meet evolving industry needs. Anticipated to be available in 2024, these displays signify TCL’s commitment to staying at the forefront of display technology.