TCL finally made a Roku TV with excellent gaming specs. The company is in the tick-tock release pattern with its popular 6-series TVs. one year, There is a Roku version, Next year, We get a Google TV version, and now, the company is upgrading the Roku model again. Like previous 6-Series TVs, the latest has Mini LED backlighting, which uses thousands of tiny LEDs spread across hundreds of local dimming zones to create top-notch brightness, impressive contrast and deep black levels. This panel has up to 360 dimming zones. And it uses quantum dot color, according to TCL, with “100 percent color quantization measured in the DCI-P3 Hollywood reference color space.”
For the 2022 6-Series Roku TVs, TCL is placing a big emphasis on gaming capabilities. The former Roku model topped out at 1440p at 120Hz, but now – as you’d expect so far in the PS5 and Xbox Series X lifecycles – the 6-series can do full 4K-resolution gaming at 120Hz. PC gamers can get an even higher peak variable refresh rate of 144Hz. Other TV makers such as Samsung have also adopted 144Hz; Vizio has also hit 240Hz at 1080p resolution. These companies are doing their best to appeal to console and PC gamers alike, but I’m glad TCL is offering true 4K resolution at those high refresh rates this time around.
The new 6-series has a total of four HDMI ports, and two of them support 4K/120Hz. Wisely, TCL a . uses it Different Ports pale in comparison to those two for eARC purposes, so you won’t have to waste a high-performance HDMI port on your soundbar. Every port with full HDMI 2.1 capabilities is ideal, but where that’s not possible, it’s about the best layout you can ask for. The latest 6-series baseline supports AMD FreeSync in addition to the industry standard VRR spec.
TCL has switched to a centrally-positioned stand instead of having feet on either side of the TV. If you will have the soundbar facing the screen there are two levels of height. You also get some integrated cable management that runs through the stand. Supported HDR formats include Dolby Vision, HDR10, HDR10 Plus, and HLG. Standing aside, the 2022 6-Series Roku TV shares the usual brushed metal aesthetic and slim bezels.
At the bottom of the screen, there’s now an ambient light sensor, and this addition has allowed TCL to include Dolby Vision IQ on the 2022 6-Series. When activated, HDR brightness should be optimized for your specific viewing conditions. The Google TV 6-Series’ built-in voice microphone isn’t present on the new Roku models, but you can still use the included remote for voice commands.
It would be nice if TCL released similarly specified Roku and Google TV sets at the same time and let consumers choose their preferred software experience. After a rocky start, last year’s 6-series Google TV (R646) is now a pretty good pick – even if Google TV may still be sluggish, But now, the latest Roku version has jumped that set with an upgrade to 144Hz VRR; I can’t help but predict that general navigation on the Roku 6-Series will be more fluid and faster than on Google TV.
TCL Roku TV 6-Series is immediately available in the following sizes:
- 55-inch model (55R655): $699
- 65-inch model (65R655): $999
- 75-inch model (75R655): $1499
You’ll be able to order from retailers including Amazon and Best Buy starting today.
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