TCL’s H8800, H9700 high-end screens at IFA 2015.

Posted on 09 September 2015 by

Thanks TCL for your support and an interesting set of TV products. At IFA2015 last week I got up-close with a huge 110-inch 4K display, a 4K monitor with colors that were stunning and three 65-inch curved monitors showing 12K video content.  Video below.

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110-inch curved 4K TV from TCL at IFA 2015

Unfortunately you won’t find that 110-inch screen in the shops but the H8800 and H9700 will be. TCL showed me their Quantum Dot technology which reaches 110% of the NTSC color gamut and incredibly high contrast. It’s actually impossible to bring this color out in a Chippy video but it’s still worth checking it out below.

To bring it back round to ultramobile computing I found out that they have Miracast-enabled TVs. I’m going to see if I can get hold of one for some wireless testing.

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TCL press release, IFA 2015.,

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  • HighJohn

    I’m all for (sponsored posts or) whatever it takes to keep the site up and running.
    But just for the benefit of us people reading, is there any difference between a sponsored post and an unsponsored post?!

    • Sponsored post products are chosen by the sponsor. They provide me with the features they’re wanting to promote and I go away and work something around it that keeps us all happy. The site gets paid directly for the article and it goes back into things like event coverage and product purchases for (independent) reviews.

      Don’t worry! I’m not going to start promoting coffee machines or something silly like that and I’m not going to be doing this often. Thanks for the feedback HighJohn

  • Henryk Mongia?o

    The TV has a good image and sound, but the TV heats cooling fatal firmly top of the picture. On the back of the TV for a small amount of ventilation holes

  • Henryk Mongia?o

    On the back of the TV for a small amount of ventilation holes

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