CNET recently awarded TCL’s 6-Series QLED TV an “Editor’s Choice” for October 2019. According to David Katzmaier, the 6-Series offers consumers “the best TV picture quality for the money.”Read More
Asus just announced a new flagship professional monitor at IFA in Berlin. The display packs a lot of punch with Quantum Dot color, >1600 nits peak luminance and the first ever VESA HDR1400 certification. The high-flying specs have drawn natural comparisons to Apple’s newly launched Pro Display XDR. According to Lori Grunin, writing for CNET…Read More
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.”Read More
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.”Read More
If I seem excited about quantum dots, it's because I am. This is a fascinating and cool technology that could radically improve the picture quality of TVs. Beyond Samsung, other TV manufacturers like TCL and Hisense sell quantum dot models now, and Sony, LG and others have sold them in the past. I expect the trend to continue in the future.Read More
Geoffrey Morrison, writing for CNET about the state of emissive display technology for TVs, highlighted the promise of printable, electroluminescent Quantum Dot technology to reduce manfuacturing costs and bring emissive displays to even more devices.
Down the road a little farther is the electroluminescent version of this technology. No LED backlight at all; just pixels made of quantum dots. These direct-view quantum dot displays, "QLED" if you will, should offer all the benefits of OLED at even cheaper prices. This is something Samsung is looking into, since they couldn't get OLED to work in large screen sizes.Read More
The Chinese company's newest television has the specifications to compete against the best OLED and LED LCD TVs, for a lot less money...Read More