TCL Starts U.S. Sales of Ultra HD 4K Roku TVs
TCL has rolled out its first Ultra HD 4K Roku TVs for the American market.
The company expanded its two-year-old partnership with streaming content pioneer Roku, with the introduction of six Ultra HD 4K TVs that incorporate Roku’s OS and that are available beginning March 24 for pre-order on Amazon.com, and delivering later in the month. The sets are slated to be in around 7,000 storefronts by the end of April, said Chris Larson, vice president, sales and marketing, TCL North America. Roku TVs provides access to more than 3,000 streaming channels in the U.S. with 300,000-plus movies and TV episodes.
Two S-series and two P130-series models bow. The entry-level S-series models are in 55- and 65-inch sizes ($599 and $999), and the P130 models, which will offer an enhanced Roku experience, are in 43-, 50-, 55- and 65-inch sizes ($499, $599, $699, and $1,099).