TCL NEXTWEAR G – TCL
MADRID, 24 Jun. (Portaltic/EP) –
The Chinese electronics company TCL Communication has presented its new CPE TCL Linkhub 5G ‘routers’, a consumer device that takes the 5G connection to isolated places with poor connections, and has shared the availability of the TCL NEXTWEAR G kinematic glasses, which allow viewing 4K content anywhere.
TCL has presented this Thursday in the framework of Mobile World Congress 2021 in Barcelona, the TCL Linkhub 5G outdoor ‘router’, which allows access to 5G networks to people who live or work in isolated areas where there are not many base stations, with a range of up to 4 kilometers.
This equipment integrates high gain antennas, has support for 5G SA and NSA networks and offers 5G download speeds of up to 4.67 gigabits per second (Gbps) in the Sub-6GHz band. It has the IP67 standard for water resistance and, according to the company, Linkhub resists lightning strike and can operate in temperatures between -40 degrees and 55 degrees Celsius.
TCL has also announced two other ‘routers’: a high-speed indoor device that offers both 4G and 5G collectivity on various devices, and a new outdoor 4G device, Linkhub LTE Cat12, which achieves download speeds of up to 600Mbps. It also has the IP67 standard.
CINEMATIC GLASSES TCL NEXTWEAR G
In another area, the company has shown the TCL NEXTWEAR G glasses, aimed at displaying audiovisual content, such as films or concert broadcasts, anywhere, which will be available in Australia from July.
This device has two Sony microOLED screens with Full HD (1080p) resolution to allow immersive content viewing while maintaining the feeling of presence in the real world at all times.
Designed like a normal pair of glasses, they emulate for the user a screen of up to 140 inches in 16: 9 format, with support for 4K 3D content, and integrate two speakers and a USB Type-C port to connect them to any of the more than one hundred compatible smart devices.
TCL has also developed the functions of the multiscreen collaboration technology (‘Multiscreen Collaboration’, in English), which comes standard in the ‘smartphone’ TCL 20 Pro 5G (now on sale). The company has announced that it will be available on multiple tablets and televisions in the future.
This technology has been developed to favor teleworking tasks, allowing access to the contents of the ‘smartphone’ (videos, texts, images, etc.) on other devices such as tablets, televisions or computers.