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The Biggest Roku TV Will Be Available In Time For the Holidays

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.  

Roku TVs are also manufactured under the Hisense, RCA, Sharp, Hitachi and Insignia brands.