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TCL plans to release new software upgrades for some TVs that could make them better for gaming and make it easier to manage your home audio setup, the company announced Monday at CES.
Later this year, TCL says that it will enable variable refresh rates, which will sync the frame rate of your TV to what’s intended by the game. The update is slated for this spring, and it should arrive for select 2019 TCL Roku TV 6-Series models and select 2020 high-performance TVs. Support for variable refresh rates is becoming more common on PC monitors, and it’s starting to make its way to TVs. For example, Vizio just announced that its new line of 4K HDR TVs would support variable refresh rates.
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