TCL is playing a big part in the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023, giving viewers a great TV experience, and setting up interactive spots at the game venues— the Mall of Asia Arena, Araneta Coliseum, and Philippine Arena, where the brand will showcase their IOT products. TCL will also be awarding the ‘TCL Player of the Game’ trophy to the best player after each game.
“We’re really excited to show off our newest products at the TCL Booth in the FIBA Basketball Games venues. We want to highlight the best products we have at TCL, including our latest IOT appliances like Air Conditioners, Washing Machines, and Refrigerators, which have cool features for your daily life. We also want to recognize the most valuable player in each game with the TCL Player of the Game trophy. It’s something they can be excited about after every game,”
– Joseph Cernitchez, the TCL Philippines Brand Manager
Get the TCL C648 for Only PHP24,995!
Oh, and if you’re looking for a new TV, TCL has a fantastic deal on their latest C648 QLED TV. You can grab one for just PHP24,995! This TV gives you a great viewing experience with top-notch image quality. It also boasts Dolby Vision, which makes scenes look really captivating—almost like you’re in a theater.
The TV also supports High Dynamic Range (HDR), which is all about super bright colors, deep shadows, and vibrant hues—perfect for watching live FIBA Basketball action. It has something called Motion Estimation & Motion Compensation (MEMC) that makes the fast moves on the basketball court look smooth and clear, without any blurriness.
But that’s not all the TV has to offer. It also comes with DTS-HD and DTS Virtual:X for amazing audio. These features create a surround sound experience that feels like the action is happening all around you. Think of it like being right in the middle of the game, only at the comfort of your own home.
The TCL C648 and other C models C645, C646 & C647 are available at the different TCL dealers nationwide.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.