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TCL launches new colorful TVs with built-in Roku

06 Jul 2015 | Rasmus Larsen |

TCL has launched three 32-inch TVs in pink, blue, and green colors. The TVs are part of TCL’s Color Line that also comes with the Roku operating system built in.

Roku TV built-in

TCL wants to add some color to the room with its Color Line that is intended for secondary rooms such as the bedroom or children’s room. The TVs will expand TCL’s line-up that also includes large-size TVs.

TCL Color Line

The Color Line TVs is available in blue, green or pink (and in black and white in Europe). All three models will feature the Roku operating system that currently offers more than 2000 streaming “channels” or apps such as Netflix, Amazon Prime and YouTube, and a unified user interface. Roku is trying to expand on the success of its popular streaming boxes by letting other manufacturers integrate the operating system in TVs.

TCL’s 32” Color Line TVs are available in Europe and the US now. For prices click here.

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