While some of us look for the high-end, high-priced gadgets, there are others who are looking for cost-effective models and pricing. It’s safe to say that HDTV’s have reached a reasonable price-point. Now it’s all about the display quality, embedded features and size that will determine how much you spend on a TV.
TCL (AKA “The Creative Life), is launching a new HD LED TV exclusively at Sam’s Club. The 48″ TV will cost $449. Later on TCL will release other models ranging from 23″ – 55″ The TV is simple and includes the following features / ports:
TCL 48″ LED HDTV Features:
· 1080p resolution
· 120Hz CMI refresh rate
· Dynamic contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1
· Three (3) HDMI® inputs
· Roku Ready
· Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL)
· Dolby Digital
· 2-year limited manufacturer’s warranty
“While TCL has established itself as one of the largest HDTV brands in the world, we are new to the US market and it is important that we offer US consumers great technology at an amazing price, so that they will experience our brand,” said Michelle Mao, President, TCL North America. “We are excited to work with Sam’s Club to offer their members this high quality HDTV at a great value.”
The TCL 48” 4690 LED HDTV provides a premium viewing experience at a great value. With 1080p resolution, fast 120Hz CMI refresh rate, and a dynamic contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1, this HDTV offers exceptional picture quality. Three HDMI inputs and a USB Port allow you to connect all your favorite devices. As a certified Roku Ready device, the MHL input allows you to connect a Roku Streaming Stick or Mobile Device to display content and simultaneously charge the device. Exceeding ENERGY STAR® 6.0 Guidelines, the TCL 48” offers low energy usage, ensuring electric bills stay low while viewing pleasure remains high.
What do you think about the TCL 48″ at this price? Is it competitive? Or are there are TVs out there with similar features and price points? Also, do any of you buy TVs at wholesale clubs such as Sam’s Club?