TCL has launched a new QD-Mini LED TV. The X11G Max, as the company named it, is a 115-inch luxury TV and the world’s largest of its type. The Chinese firm previously launched the X11G in 75-inch, 85-inch, and 95-inch sizes in February this year.
TCL X11G Max QD-Mini LED TV specifications
The TCL X11G Max is a 144cm (approx. 57 inches) tall and 257 cm (approx. 101 inches) wide smart TV with a massive Quantum Dot (QD) Mini LED display measuring 115 inches diagonally. The display has over 20,000 individual Mini LED backlighting zones, four times more than the TCL X11G’s 5,000-odd zones. It boasts a peak brightness of 5,000 nits and a 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio, so you’ll get near-perfect blacks, bright whites, and a wide dynamic range.
TCL has equipped the X11G Max with technologies such as Dolby VisionIQ, Dolby Vision, HDR10+, HDR10, and HLG. The TV also boasts MEMC motion smoothing and ambient light adaptation. All of this ensures an immersive, true-to-life viewing experience. The built-in 6.2.2 channel sound system from the Japanese firm Onkyo, coupled with Dolby Atmos and DTS (Digital Theater Systems), elevates your viewing experience with unmatched sound quality.
Powered by TCL’s LingYao M2 processor, this TV also features other proprietary chips for image enhancement. The company claims a response time of 1.0ms, so it’s super fast too. Along with media consumption, you can also use the Chinese firm’s new QD-Mini LED TV for gaming. TCL has taken care of this by adding support for FreeSync Premium Pro and other gaming features. The X11G Max comes with an HDMI port for connecting your gaming console.
The new 115-inch QD-Mini LED TV from TCL also supports an HDMI 4K 144Hz input, as well as HDMI 60Hz eARC, USB 3.0, and USB 2.0. Despite all the features and power, it comes in a slim form factor, allowing you to mount the TV on your wall. You can use the stand as well.
Price and availability
The world’s largest QD-Min LED TV is now available in TCL’s home country China. The company has priced the 115-inch X11G Max at 79,999 yuan in the country, which is equivalent to $11,000 at the current exchange rate. Interested buyers in China can grab it from the official TCL website. Unfortunately, there’s no telling if this TV will ever arrive in any other market. We will keep an eye on the matter and let you know as soon as we have more information.