Like every other electronics firm, TCL is also making most of CES and has announced multiple varieties of products ranging from smartphones, tablets, e-reader, and finally a TWS earphone. Let us dive into the detailed specifications of each of these new gadgets.
This one of kind e-reader replaces LCD with an NCVM-composite sheet or better known as non-conductive vacuum metallization,non-conductive vacuum metallization, and this material stands out as it does not conduct electricity. This helped the company make an e-ink display, with color support and a much higher resolution than its peers at 1440 x 1080 pixels.
This eliminates the need for backlighting and kills off blue light emission protecting your use from damage caused due to prolonged usage. In this way Nxtpaper, can be used round the clock without tension however, it would need a dedicated light which will be shipped inside the box and can be plugged in via the USB port. Thanks to the new NCVM panel, the reader is extremely light and thin weighing around 316 grams, and is only 7.4mm thick. The screen is 10-inch in size. It has been certified by the German Rhine Laboratory and comes with 26 unique eye protection patents.
It is powered by Mediatek MT8768E, an octa-core SoC clocked at 2.0GHz and paired with PowerVR GE8320 GPU. There is 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage which is further expandable via microSD card. The 5,000 battery inside promises a whopping 400 hours of standby time and supports 18W quick charging. It runs on Android 10.
The TCL Nxtpaper will be available in the month of April and the LTE version will be priced at €349> It will be available in a single Ultramarine Green color.
TCL Tab 10S
The Tab 10S features a 10.1-inch Full HD+ display with a resolution of 2,000 x 1,920 pixels. It is powered by the Mediatek MT8769 chipset and is paired with 3 or 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. In addition, it supports a slot for the expansion of storage.
Moving on to the camera department, there is an 8MP camera on the back and a 5MP camera on the front for video calls and selfies. Being an entertainment-focused device, it packs a large 8,000mAh battery and dual speakers. It runs on Android 10 and comes with a stylus inside the boxes. Besides a cover keyboard accessory can be purchased separately.
The TCL Tab 10S will be available from March and is priced €199 for the Wi-Fi only variant and you will have to spend €249 for the LTE one.
TCL Moveaudio S600
The TWS Earphones feature a 10mm dynamic speaker and comes with three ANC mics alongside touch sensors at the stem. Speaking of the battery, the charging case hosts a fairly large 500 mAh cell and each bud has a 55 mAh unit.
Regarding the connectivity, it features Bluetooth 5.0, and the sound profile and other settings can be customized via the TCL Connect app. The pair of TWS is compatible with both iOS and Android devices. It will be available to buy a price tag of €149 in multiple colors ranging from Graphite Gray, Pure Marble, Silver Chrome to Turquoise Blue.
TCL Movetrack PetTracker
It is a small smart tracker that when attached to the collar of your pet can detect its movements and report back the location every minute. It allows you to also set Safe Zones which will alert you if your pet ever leaves the house. Another feature is called Virtual Leash, which enables you to connect the smart tracker to your phone via Bluetooth and if your pet goes out of the range, say 5-10 meters, the tracker will send you push notifications.
The device in combination with the app can store the location and movement history of the whole day which then can be searched and sorted by date and time. The app automatically deletes any data that is older than a time period of six months. It will be available for €99 a pop.
The last gadget that TCL unveiled seems like glass but sits higher up your nose. It acts as a wearable display and lets you enjoy the cinematic experience on the go. The two 1080P OLED displays when put close to your eyes can result in the total size of a virtual 140-inch screen. You can hook the wearable via the USB-C cable supplied to a device of your choosing and project images onto the wearable. At the moment the pricing and availability of the wearable display are unknown.