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TCL's 6-Series Roku TVs sport a metal design, 4K and Dolby Vision HDR

There's also the lower-end 5-Series and a Roku Smart Soundbar.
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Building off of the success of its budget-friendly P-Series TVs, TCL is teaming up with Roku again on new 4K HDR sets for 2018. First up, the company has introduced its 6-Series premium line, which feature a slim, metal design, Dolby Vision and will be available in 55- and 65-inch models. The 6-Series models also come with a new Roku TV voice remote, 802.11ac WiFI, Ethernet and three HDMI 2.0a ports. TCL says that its latest TVs are designed to be a powerhouse in image quality, with things like a Contrast Control Zone Technology and an HDR Pro Gamma that's meant to reproduce the smallest of details in the darkest and brightest scenes.

TCL's 5-Series, meanwhile, doesn't have the metal design but you'll still find Dolby Vision support, HDR Pro Gamma, 240Hz Natural Motion and the same networking features and ports as the 6-Series. In addition to that, the 5-Series, which will come in 45- to 65-inch models, are powered by a wide-color imaging tech that TCL says is intended to display true, vivid colors, brighter highlights and increased contrast.

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Lastly, as part of its ongoing relationship with Roku, TCL also announced the Roku Smart Soundbar, which can be paired to a TV or simply be used as a standalone speaker.

Unfortunately, TCL hasn't revealed any prices, but we do know the 5-Series and 6-Series are set to hit stores this spring. As for the TCL Roku Smart Soundbar (pictured below), that won't be available until the fall.

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