TCL, one of the world’s best-selling TV brands, and Roku, America’s most popular streaming service have come together to bring the latest in 4K technology and design. We’ve simplified the4k Ultra HD TV so you can instantly enjoy endless entertainment. Choose from more than 3,000 streaming channels that feature 350,000 movies and TV episodes plus live sports, news, music, kids and family, food, science and tech, fitness, foreign language and so much more.

2 thoughts on “TCL 55US5800 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart LED TV (2016 Model)

  1. Graham says:

    Surprising value for 4K. Nice picture. Took a gamble on this as a pre-order from Amazon with no reviews when we pulled the trigger. On paper, it’s checks all of the boxes… 55″, 4K, Roku, and relatively cheap. We have a smaller non-4K TV from TCL that has worked very well, so extrapolating that experience gave us confidence.36 hours in, we are very pleased. I’ve included a couple things below that were concerns while ordering but have proven false.Picture quality? Very sharp, colors appear normal, and 4K content is beautiful. Baseball on is beautifully clear.Roku fast? I was worried that they might skimp on the roku processor or memory to result in slow menu changes and streaming issues. Not the case at all. It’s as fast or faster than our Roku 2.Motion blur with sports? None that I can see. They quote 120 refresh rate but I read that it’s actually 60 with some sort of up-conversion. Either way, there is no motion blur.TCL isn’t a name brand? We…

  2. Amazon Customer says:

    Expectations Exceeded! I’m an old-school type of customer with a 3 year old Vizio that has been acting up recently. The colors weren’t as dynamic as when I first purchased it. It is not a Smart TV, so I wanted to upgrade to one of the newer technology smart TV’s. After some research, in spite of not knowing that much about TCL, I went out on a limb and considered purchasing a TCL due to the overwhelmingly positive reviews of their normal 1080p TVs as compared to the rest of the manufacturers. But I also wanted a 4K version knowing that it is the newest available technology (I think). I researched the 4K models and TCL didn’t have a 4K model released yet, while all the other manufacturers did. But honestly, I wasn’t impressed with the 4K reviews I saw for the other brands as they were deemed sub-par at best; some of the cheaper brands had horrible reviews. I got lucky and was able to pre- order the TCL 55US5800 before it was sold out. When it arrived, right out of the box I could not believe the…

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