One of the best bang for your buck brands in TVs is TCL, and it's got a new set of 4K UHD TVs equipped with Roku on preorder now.
TCL, the world's third-largest television manufacturer, announced its latest lineup of 4K TVs early this year at the Consumer Electronics Show, and is the next manufacturer to work with Roku to have the streaming service already embedded into the TV itself.
The TCL P130 Roku series is a set of some of the least expensive 4K TVs right now. Its offerings are generally much cheaper than larger name brand products coming from the likes of Sony and Samsung. Moreover, by integrating Roku's services into the television, TCL offers customers a super simple user interface, and so far, the most apps on any smart TV currently in the market.
Having Roku embedded into P130 series TV is a nice touch, but it's not just limited to Roku's streaming services. Buyers can of course access other platforms as well, including Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, YouTube, Vudu, UltraFlix and a whole lot more. It is a smart TV, after all.
Powering all those pixels and smarts inside the TV sets is an unnamed quad-core processor that pushes Ultra HD picture quality with over eight million pixels active on the P130's displays. Those without any 4K content to watch can upscale 1080p HD video in up to near-4K quality using TCL's proprietary Creative Pro 4K UHD Upscaling Engine.
Besides a 4K UHD, TCL has more to offer than just a large, crisp display. Each unit also comes with a smart remote that allows owners to use their voice when using the search function. The remote is also equipped with TCL's Remote Finder so it'll never really get lost, and it also has a headphone jack that can be used for private listening.
There are two options in the P130 series, a 55-incher and a 65-incher that are priced at an affordable $599.99 and $999.99, respectively. Amazon looks to be the first retailer online right now with preorders open. The delivery date is expected to be around the first week of April.