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New 3D TV From TCL

By Mendelson Tiu | Friday | 08/01/2010

Besides big companies like Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, and LG, Chinese consumer electronics manufacturer TCL has also unveiled its new line of TVs that includes a 240Hz 3D TV at CES 2010.

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TCL displaying its 3D Commerical TV and other CE products at CES 2010
TCL's Senior Vice President, Gary Yu said that it is time to promote China-made products on a global basis.

"The time is now for TCL to start marketing and selling its products under its own brand, around the world to completely transit from 'Made in China' to 'Created in China' and promote Chinese brands on global basis," says Yu.

"After 10 years' globalization, TCL has formed an extensive global business network. We have integrated our industrial chain, strengthened innovation and increased our competitiveness in the global marketplace. The TCL brand and other brands that TCL owns will benefit from the economic recovery in Europe, North America and emerging markets which are expected to improve in 2010," added Yu.

The company is currently displaying a 3D TV wall for commercial use that enables the audience to watch 3D programs without wearing 3D glasses. A 240Hz 3D TV for home entertainment is also shown at CES.

Also launched during CES is an RGB-LED LCD TV with dynamic backlight control technology, six series of LCD TV (including Internet TV), TCL and ALCATEL cell phones and TCL home entertainment and information center.

Working with Intel, TCL also developed a set-top box UB10, an innovative MiTV IP STB product, which, by supporting DLNA and IGRS protocol, receives digital TV signals and supports such Internet functions as online upgrade, playback, download and webpage browsing.

TCL Communication also brought its new ALCATEL and TCL cell phone products to the event. The new ALCATEL cell phones include OT-305A GPRS video cell phone, OT-800A and OT-808A full keypad cell phone and OT-708A touch screen cell phone, which enable users to create personalized operation menus freely with simple drag-and-drop operations.

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