2015 Quantum Dot display buzz continues with announcements from TCL, AUO and Tianma NLT
Quantum Dots continue to be one of the hottest trends in the display industry. Following the buzz from CES 2015 in Las Vegas a number of exciting new Quantum Dot displays are now hitting the market from top set makers. Here's a roundup of the latest news:
TCL, the world's 3rd largest TV brand, just launched a new range of curved, Ultra HD Quantum Dot TVs, called the H8800S series. According to TCL, the new sets "adopt quantum dot color enhancement materials and a curved display to achieve an unparalleled color gamut coverage of 110% NTSC for curved TVs."
Taiwanese display panel maker AUO also announced a full line-up of Quantum Dot displays ranging from 55" to 85" at the CITE show in Shenzhen, China. Dubbed "ALCD" for Advanced-LCD, the sets all feature UHD resolution, HDR with direct LED backlighting and Quantum Dot wide color gamut. The 65" model also comes in AUO's favorite 3000R curvature for a more immersive experience. All models are expected to ship during the second half of 2015.
Finally, Tianma NLT America announced that they introducing a new 21.3" Quantum Dot LCD with 100% Adobe RGB color gamut coverage and 700 nit brightness. This display is designed for the medical diagnostic display market where high performance and accurate color reproduction enabled by Quantum Dot Enhancement Film are critical.