This cheap $300 TCL TV is one of the best tech purchases I’ve made in recent years. I had just moved to Brooklyn when I was in my twenties tied with money and needed a TV that would do the job. TCL with Roku . builds It fit perfectly, and since then I recommend it to people with a similar budget.
Now, however, anyone looking for TCL, especially those who use Google TV, should think twice. Best Buy seems to have removed TCL Series 5 and 6 TVs from its store after numerous complaints about the buggy Google TV software.
It’s a tough start for TCL – tIt is the company only Selling started Google Supported TVs earlier this year after it earned a name with its Roku-powered models. We’ve always considered TCL’s 5 and 6 Series TVs to be the best affordable 4K models, and adding Google TV seems like icing on the cake, but that cake clearly needs a bit more time.
Chris Welch at the edge, who reported the apparent deletion of TCL Google TV listings, says he noticed a “general slowdown” and his roommate experienced crashes and freezes. Digital Trends Editor-in-Chief, Caleb Denison Similar experience, describing Google TV Series 5 as “glitchy” and “boring”. Disgruntled customers have echoed these experiences on social media and, as The Verge points out, the 65-inch The Series 6 model earned a modest 3.5-star rating on Best Buy before it disappeared.
TCL still lists Google TVs series 5 and 6 On his websiteAnd Which also contains a link to Best Buy’s now-empty product pages. Click on the mentioned link and you will get, “We’re sorry, something went wrong” message (sorry for the flashbacks, PS5 buyer).
We should point out that poor performance is the reason for the demise of Best Buy TV. It’s just speculation, although it seems the most likely cause. We contacted Best Buy and TCL To be sure, this article will be updated as soon as we get a response. Whatever the reason, right now, one of TCL’s most popular models isn’t available as a U-exclusive model.s. A Google TV retailer from TCL, whoa, that’s a big deal.
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