Chinese manufacturer TCL was very impressed with its flagship X9258K mini LED TV. Detailed review Earlier this month, our reviewers described it as an excellent “television belt” “both in terms of technology and performance.”
Today, TCL is trying to improve what was already good with its new “Pro” version of the TV, with some additional bells and whistles, along with a spectacular price. The TCL X925 Pro will be released in Australia in late 2021 and early 2022, with standard versions including a state-of-the-art 8K panel with mini LED backlight system, quantum dot color, and built-in soundbar with Onkyo audio. It has all the functions of. – All run on the new Google TV platform. Gamers are also happy to know that they have HDMI 2.1 for 4K / 120p and 8K / 60p playback, automatic low latency mode (ALLM), 120Hz variable refresh rate (VRR), and eARC support. New “professional” features
However, what sets the TCL X925 Pro apart is its bonus inclusions, most of which are obvious at a glance. To get started, the TCL X925 Pro features a fairly unusual rectangular metal stand with a box platform underneath the soundbar. It also boasts thin microfiber vegan leather that covers the face of the soundbar and a fairly smooth pop-up camera with 1080p resolution for video conferences. Gesture control is also possible with this camera, according to TCL’s announcement. That is, “you can fast forward, rewind, pause, play, or take a selfie while watching the content with a simple hand signal.” TCL’s X925 Pro 8K Mini LED TV is available in 85-inch models only and costs AU $ 14,999. Given that the standard TCLX925 is available for AU $ 4,499 on the 65-inch model and AU $ 5,999 on the 75-inch model, in fact, For real We hope that those additional “professional” features justify dropping all the extra cash. It’s true that the standard version doesn’t have an 85-inch option, but paying an additional A $ 9,000 for an additional 10-inch screen seems like a pretty impulsive choice. Similarly, it’s not entirely clear whether the TCL X925 Pro 8K Mini LED Google TV’s vegan leather soundbar cover and pop-up camera are enough to convince people to choose the Pro model. I also imagine that the strange rectangular stand and box design will turn off as many people as it attracts. That said, I’m sure the TCL X925 Pro8K Mini LED Google TV will find its niche when it arrives on the Australian coast later this year or early next year. https://www.techradar.com/news/tcl-is-bringing-a-pro-version-of-its-flagship-x925-8k-mini-led-tv-to-australia/ TCL will bring a “professional” version of its flagship X9258K mini LED TV to Australia.