Posts tagged Quantum Dot
CNET: Asus [Quantum Dot] monitor out-specs Apple's Pro Display

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…

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Tom's Guide: "Quantum dots are the fairy dust that make good TVs great"

Tom’s Guide just published a great overview of some of the best Quantum Dot TVs coming to market in 2019. Top brands including Hisense, Samsung, Vizio and TCL are all offering TVs in the US market based on Quantum Dots as adoption of the technology continues to grow. Nanosys expects roughly 100 displays based on Quantum Dot technology to ship worldwide in 2019.

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IDTechEx: "Quantum Dots are a success story"

IDTechEx analyst Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, writing for Printed Electronics World on the changing and expanding application landscape for Quantum Dot technology:

Quantum dots (QD) are a success story in displays….The QD market is changing. The use in displays is rapidly evolving. These transitions will enable many material innovation opportunities. There are many other non-display applications in the pipeline too. This will sustain a strong market for years to come.

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America's #1 TV Brand Brings Quantum Dots to one of their Hottest-Selling TVs

TCL, the USA’s number one TV brand by volume, announced this week that the company will bring Quantum Dot technology to one of America’s hottest-selling TV lines for the first time. Quantum Dot technology is not new to TCL. In fact, the company was one of the first to adopt Quantum Dots in TVs back in 2014. However, TCL have never included Quantum Dots in their North America lineup. That’s about to change later this summer when the new 2019 TCL 6-Series hits the market with Quantum Dot color.

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PEN: Nanosys multi-million-dollar expansion for QDs will lead to growth in TVs and displays as well as new applications.

Dave Savastano of Printed Electronics Now recently caught up with Nanosys VP of Sales and Marketing, Russell Kempt and display industry analyst Bob O’Brien of DSCC for a discussion about growth in the Quantum Dot market. The article covers a lot of ground from Nanosys recent success in the display market to a wide range of potential future applications for the company’s Quantum Dot technology.

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ID Magazine Features Nanosys in DisplayWeek 2019 Review

The July/August 2019 edition of InformationDisplay magazine has a great write-up on some of the best, most interesting demonstrations from the annual SID DisplayWeek show. It’s great to see the Hisense-Nanosys Dual-Cell Quantum Dot LCD demo featured here. This was an impressive demo at the show and we look forward to seeing the technology in consumers’ hands soon.

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Lux Research: Nanosys anticipates more demand for its QD materials from display manufacturers

Lux Research Senior Analyst Vladimir Roznyatovskiy profiled Nanosys in a recent note:

“We recently spoke with Nanosys, and given the company's trajectory, we can firmly attribute its leadership in the field to the timely and apt execution of R&D efforts and delivering the best-performing color converting materials for the needs of display manufactures. As QLED TV panel adoption ramps up – hence the capacity expansion – the focus is shifting to other emerging applications…”

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Gizmodo: Vizio's Quantum Dot TV Feels Like All the Quality for Half the Price

Gizmodo recently named the Vizio P-Series Quantum a “Best of Gizmodo” product for 2019. In a detailed review, reporter Adam Clark Estes explains why Gizmodo thought Vizio’s latest Quantum Dot set offered so much value:

“…the Vizio P-Series Quantum pulls off this great performance thanks to guts that are typically found in much more expensive sets. The quantum dot technology in the display is certainly something you typically see in TVs that cost over $2,000, and it’s more than just marketing jargon.”

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ASUS Launches World's First 32" MiniLED Monitor with Quantum Dots

More monitor news this week with ASUS announcing that their latest Quantum Dot-powered monitor, the ProArt PA32UCX, will soon be available in the US and UK. In addition to Quantum Dot technology, the monitor breaks new ground with a few world’s first features for a display of its size including a true miniLED backlight with over 1,000 zones, support for the DolbyVision HDR format and nearly 90% coverage of the BT.2020 color gamut.

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WhatHifi? Reviews the 8K Display Summit

The recent 8K Display Summit featured presentations from a broad range of 8K ecosystem participants including film makers, camera makers, display technology companies, human vision research, codec developers, and more. Almost too much information to process in one day! Fortunately, Joe Cox of WhatHifi? put together a great, super detailed breakdown of all the presentations from the event.

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DisplayDaily– 8K TV: More than just pixels

Ken Werner, writing for DisplayDaily about the recent 8K Display Summit 2019 in New York City. The event featured presentations and demonstrations that showed the potential for 8K to deliver more lifelike experiences. Nanosys CEO Jason Hartlove presented along with Cinematographer Phil Holland, who recently collaborated with Nanosys on our short film “Quantum Flows”. Ken’s detailed piece includes a number of great quotes from image quality and display technology experts in attendance and is well worth a read.

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Tour Nanosys' 2019 SID Booth with Charbax

In case you missed it, Charbax has just posted a super detailed walk-through the Nanosys SID DisplayWeek 2019 booth featuring interviews with Jim Ninesling, Hisense USA’s Head of Marketing, Nanosys Marketing VP, Russell Kempt, and some of 2019's hottest Quantum Dot displays! Including the Hisense ULED XD Dual Cell prototype, Vizio's P Quantum X, HP's Omen Emperium and the world's first QDOG display... there was a lot to cover and he managed to get it all in in under 25 minutes! 

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