TCL announced a new 75-inch C-Series (model 75C807) 4K HDR Roku TV to be released in time for the 2017 Holidays priced at $1999. It will not only be the largest TCL TV, it will be the biggest Roku TV available to consumers. The slim Ultra HD 4K TV supports both Dolby Vision and HDR10 technology combined with the Roku OS smart TV experience.
Roku TV smart platform provides easy access to the most streaming content with over 4,000 streaming channels. The personalized home screen offers seamless access to over 450,000 streaming movies and TV episodes, your cable box, Blu-ray player, gaming console, and other devices without flipping through inputs or complicated menus. There are three HDMI 2.0 w/HDCP 2.2 inputs for connecting other devices, which should be sufficient for most.
TCL’s C-Series boasts Wide Color performance with NBP Photon Technology to achieve color space coverage that is closer to the limits of human vision. The C-Series features XL Theater Audio with precisely-engineered quad front-facing speakers and drivers for rich sound. Meanwhile 120Hz Clear Motion Index for video improves clarity during fast action.
A super-simple advanced Roku remote makes navigating menus easy. Or just speak into it to search by voice. A headphone jack on the remote enables the convenience of private listening.
For a lot less cash potential buyers should consider the smaller (C807 series) 55-inch or 65-inch screen sizes. However, TCL’s $2,000 price tag is a good deal for a late-2017 4K TV with HDR. Compare 75-inch 4K HDR TVs at Amazon.com. All of the competitors have “smart TV” features to access Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Video, YouTube and other streaming services, except only TCL offers the built-in Roku interface and remote at this size without the need for a separate Roku streamer.
Price and Availability
The C-series 4K HDR TCL Roku TV (C807 models) are available in the following sizes:
- 55” model (55C807) for $699
- 65” model (65C807) for $1099
- 75” model (75C807) for $1999 (coming Nov. 2017)