TCL's mini-LED has over 25,000 mini-LEDs arrayed across the back of the TV. These are grouped into around 1,000 zones. Both of these numbers are significantly higher than what you'd find in a traditional LED TV. The 75-inch Vizio Quantum X has 485 local dimming zones, for example. No TV maker aside from TCL officially lists the number of LEDs in its TVs, but it's safe to assume none have as many as 25,000 (yet).
I've had one for three years. TV is awesome. Works great. Built in apps work perfectly. There was no TV back then under $2500 that performed gaming wise than the one I got. Only thing lacking was gray uniformity. I'm looking into their current 75" to upgrade. I have 10% off and can get it for nearly $1000.I'm skeptical on tcl TVs but I'll wait on reviews for this one. Mini LED is a transitional technology but if done right could hold me over until Micro LED is ready.
Says local dimming affects input lag. But yeah, will probably me my next tv. 75”. The stand looks like it will work well for my tv stand. The current 75” would require me to turn the feet in.
Could it be fixed with a software update or would it be a hardware issue...have yet to watch the videoSays local dimming affects input lag. But yeah, will probably me my next tv. 75”. The stand looks like it will work well for my tv stand. The current 75” would require me to turn the feet in.