TCL revealed pricing and availability for what it’s hailing as the largest Roku TV.
The company first previewed the line at CES in January.
The 75-inch C-series 4K Roku TV is both the largest Roku TV and TCL’s largest TV model. It’s priced at $1,999 and will ship in time for the holidays, TCL said. A company spokeswoman said a specific date wasn’t available at this time.
Features for the 75C807 include Dolby Vision, HDR10, wide color gamut, XL Theater Audio technology with four front-facing speakers, Natural Motion 480 motion processing for clarity during action scenes, and Roku’s latest OS.
Other TCL C-series Roku TVs include the 55-inch (55C807) for $699 suggested retail, and the 65-inch (65C807) for $1,099.
The Chinese TV manufacturer has ambitious growth plans for the U.S. The company said over the summer that it has grown its U.S. TV share to around 5 percent in less than three years, and it intends to reach double digits and become No. 3 in the market by the end of the decade.
TCL also said it has a presence in all six of the biggest North American retailers and 87 percent of North American sales outlets.