TVs have traditionally been seen and treated more like fixed and static appliances in our homes, never changing from the day they were bought until they finally die completely. Smart TVs, however, have changed that and added an element of flexibility and longevity beyond what the devices initially offered when purchased. That said, these smart TVs also started exhibiting the … Continue reading
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CES 2021 was packed with impressive new displays from Sony, Samsung, LG, and TCL. Here are our picks for the best new TV models announced at the show.
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The TCL NXTPAPER has a color electronic ink-like display for longer battery life, making it perfect for an audience ill-suited by current tablets: comic book fans.
Will a sliding body and rolled-up display be better than foldables?
You’ve got to hand it to LG: the company doesn’t shy away from going against the grain with its phone designs. Following last year’s quirky T-shaped LG Wing, the company’s latest design uses a flexible screen that expands to tablet size by unfurling rather than unfolding. The company had teased the phone a couple of times before, but an LG spokesperson today confirmed to Nikkei that the device will be a device that people can actually buy later this year. Called the LG Rollable, it provides the functionality of a folding phone, without the crease. One can also imagine it… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: LG
Last year we saw a bunch of foldable phones out in the wild, and we’ll probably see a lot more this year. But there’s already a new cool form factor on the block — rollable phones. At CES 2021, LG and TCL showed off their rollable phones — but both of them are in the early design phase. The Korean tech giant’s phone, unsurprisingly called the LG Rollable, made a brief appearance in the company’s keynote. However, we don’t have any details about the display or when the phone will hit the market. This is not the first time LG has… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: LG
One of the things that usually happens at CES in Las Vegas is you get a sense that one company or another is really going hard. A few years ago Google started throwing unseemly amounts of money at an outdoor CES installation in a bid to show that the Google Assistant was ready to dominate the smart home. It was an acceleration of a trend in the smart home: a battle with Alexa to form an ecosystem. Standing outside the convention center in 2018, that trend loomed large both metaphorically and physically.
Now that CES is online-only, it’s a little harder for companies to puff their chests out and declare that they (or their products) have hit the big time. One company seemed to be doing its very best to try, though: TCL. And another...
Pretty much every new TV is a 4K TV. Here are our favorites.
CES 2021 has been home to some interesting smartphone concepts, including a number of foldables and rollables. Here are the coolest concepts.
TCL has been working on its Wearable Display smartglasses tech for some time. At CES 2021, it finally showed off the model it plans to ship.
Aaron Dew, director of product development for TCL, joins Ariana Escalante at the Digital Trends CES Experience Center as part of our ongoing coverage of CES 2021 to discuss TCL's 6 Series TVs, now available in 8K.
TCL's 6.7-inch rollable device is back in the spotlight, after LG's Rollable phone wowed at the all-virtual CES.
TCL isn’t just bringing its affordable 20 Series Android smartphones to CES 2021, it’s also previewing two new rollable OLED panels which promise to be a whole lot more interesting. A 6.7-inch AMOLED rollable display and a 17-inch printed OLED scrolling display could make a small smartphone that opens out into a phablet, TCL says, or even a huge tablet … Continue reading
TCL is bringing our science fiction fantasies to life with a new 17-inch scrollable display concept.
TCL just levelled-up its mini-LED tech with OD Zero.
TCL plans to launch the TCL Wearable Display this year, a high-tech pair of sunglasses that also work as a virtual TV for private viewing. The company – better known for its full-sized TVs and its range of smartphones – previewed the idea at CES last year with Project Archery, though now the concept is graduating to a full commercial … Continue reading
Alcatel's 3L, 1L and 1S are set to release in February and March.
TCL debuts two tablets at CES 2021: a color e-ink-style slate with impressive battery life and a new budget tablet with stylus.