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TCL introduces new display technology, reducing blue light by 73%

At Australia EduTech 2022, TCL unveiled its next proprietary NXTPAPER display technology for the first time. This new display will make it into their upcoming TCL NXTPAPER 10s tablet, aimed for the education sector to deliver affordable technology and significant eye health and wellness benefits.

As mentioned earlier, the display can reduce the blue light through the screen by a whopping 73% (as certified by TÜV Rheinland), which is huge. The reduction is achieved through both the hardware and software on the NXTPAPER 10s, with its paper-like display design utilising 10 layers of protection to retain natural colours and great viewing angle.

The TCL NXTPAPER 10s also has an easily accessible PC Mode built-in so if you use it with the Folio Keyboard, it can become a great device for learning, working, or entertainment. Plus, the tablet has an 8,000mAh battery so it should last for a long time.

The tablet is launching in Australia in September 2022 and has a recommended retail price of A$499. We’ll let you know if we can secure a review device for a review here at Craving Tech.

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