Nanosys CEO Jason Hartlove to Present Opening Keynote at the Quantum Dots Forum 2019

MILPITAS, Calif., March 5, 2019 – Jason Hartlove, Chief Executive Officer at Nanosys, Inc., will present the keynote speech at the Smither’s Apex 2019 Quantum Dots Forum to take place on March 20-21 in La Jolla, CA. 

In his keynote address, Mr. Hartlove will discuss the rapid growth of Quantum Dot technology in displays and beyond.  

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Tom's Hardware calls HP's latest Quantum Dot Monitor a "state-of-the-art defining" display

Back in January at CES HP announced the arrival of their first BFGD (Big Format Gaming Display), the Omen X. 65 Emperium, a display that redefines the gaming monitor category with massive scale at 65” and uncompromising performance with heavy metal free Quantum Dot technology.

The Omen X is just now hitting the market and early reviews have been fantastic. Christian Eberle, writing for Tom’s Hardware:

“There is nothing available in early 2019 that can top the HP Omen X 65 Emperium… The best HDR displays these days have a FALD backlight capable of 1,000 nits brightness and a quantum dot film delivering the DCI-P3 color gamut. The Omen X 65 Emperium has both… It defines state-of-the-art defining gaming and display technology.”

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Quantum Dot TVs outsold OLEDs in 2018

According to Yohnahp News, more Quantum Dot TVs were sold than OLEDs in 2018. Analysts at research firm IHS expect the trend to continue with Quantum Dot TV sales to continuing to outpace OLEDs and gain more share in the coming years.

“IHS Markit expected the popularity of [Quantum Dots] over OLEDs to continue, with sales of the former reaching 4.17 million this year and rising to 8.47 million by 2021. OLED TV sales were predicted at 3.4 million this year and increasing to 7.1 million in 2021.”

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Nanosys Is Shedding New Light On The Promising Future Of Quantum Dots

In anticipation of his Keynote Presentation at this year's co-located Quantum Dots Forum & Phosphor Global Summit, Jason Hartlove, President and CEO at Nanosys, offers an exclusive preview of the information that will be shared this March in La Jolla - including advancements in next generation quantum dot technology, emerging innovations, and shared opportunities that could benefit the entire opto-electronic industry.

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CNET: Hisense Quantum Dot TVs launch in May, start at $699

Olivia Tambini, writing for CNET on everything that Hisense announced at CES 2019, including the new Quantum Dot-powered H9F and U9F series. These sets will be available in May and start at $699 for a 55”:

“H9F and U9F series Android TVs: These step-up models offer improved image quality specs, thanks to quantum dot technology. The H9F (May, $700 for 55-inch and $1,000 for the 65-inch) has 150 dimming zones and gets up to 1,000 nits in brightness, while the U9F (June, available only in a 75-inch size for $3,500) has a whopping 1,000+ zones and 2,200 nits of peak brightness.”

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TVT on CES 2019 TVs: "Go Big Or Go Home"

Joseph Palanchar, writing for TVTechnology, interviews Nanosys VP of Sales and Marketing Russell Kempt on CES 2019 and Quantum Dot display technology’s move to the mainstream market:

“As quantum-dot costs fall, added Kempt of quantum-dot supplier Nanosys, “it is now becoming possible for set makers to waterfall the technology across their product lineups.” As a result, by the end of 2018, “we’re beginning to see quantum-dot technology entering the mainstream market for TVs with several 65-inch TV products available below $1,500.”

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Digital Trends: HP's 65" Gaming Monitor with Quantum Dots is a "Visual Feast"

Luke Larsen, writing for Digital Trends on HP’s Omen X Big Format Gaming Monitor. The display, which was a collaboration with NVIDIA, features Quantum Dot technology for blazing speed, color and brightness.

“The HP Omen X Emperium 65 isn’t just a concept. The display goes on sale in February. Acer and Asus have similar 65-inch BFGDs of their own, though the Omen is the first you’ll be able to buy… You can thank the quantum dot technology used in the LCD for those amazing colors. It’s a visual feast all around.”

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Forbes: HP Goes big on Displays at CES 2019

Patrick Moorhead, writing for Forbes on HPs big display news at CES 2019. The company launched a world’s first QDOG monitor, the Pavilion 27, which will ship in March for $399 along with a massive 65” Quantum Dot gaming “monitor”:

“HP Inc. announced a new slate of immersive displays for its Pavilion laptop line. The one that I’m most excited about is the HP Pavilion 27 Quantum Dot, which I believe is the first Quantum Dot on glass display in the world, featuring a billion plus viewable colors. At 6.5mm wide, it’s the company’s thinnest display to date…”

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TechCrunch: "QLED is finally available in a glass display with HP Pavilion 27"

Matt Burns, writing for TechCrunch:

HP today announced the Pavilion 27 and it looks spectacular. This is the first display that offers a QLED screen — HP calls it by it’s official name Quantum Dot — that’s on glass instead of film.

Based on Nanosys’ Heavy Metal Free Quantum Dots, the HP Pavilion is the world’s first product with a Quantum Dot on Glass or QDOG™ display for brilliant, lifelike colors. HP says the Pavilion 27 will be available in March and cost $400.

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