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
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.Read More
WhatHiFi goes hands-on with the all-new Vizio M658-G1 and finds great big screen performance without the huge price thanks to Quantum Dot technology: “Vizio’s TVs have taken major strides in the last couple of years, and the addition of quantum dots has kept up that momentum - these are excellent sets that offer great value.”Read More
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.Read More
Tom's Guide just gave Vizio's awesome new M-Series Quantum an Editor's Choice award for 2019. The latest sets from Vizio feature Quantum Dots from Nanosys. According to Brian Westover of Tom’s Guide:
“With a combination of quantum dots to boost brightness and color and full array local dimming for deeper blacks and brighter brights, the M-Series Quantum delivers some really outstanding performance for a set that sells for less than $1,000.”Read More
Nanosys CEO Jason Hartlove recently spoke with reporter Chad Bray of South China Morning Post about how Quantum Dots can replace rare-earths in displyas, rapid growth of the technology in the display market and how tariffs could impact the company’s business:
“We have actually added a significant amount of capacity in our plant and so we are looking forward to filling that up in the coming years. Our overall volume, of material that we're shipping to customers, has been growing by more than 50 per cent a year,” Hartlove said. “We foresee that that's just going to continue on the basis of better performance [of our products] than your white LED phosphors, traditional rare earth phosphors.”Read More
Parker Hall, writing for DigitalTrends:
“The higher-end H9F model will hit stores in June, and will feature all of the same great tech inside the H8F, but with the addition of a quantum dot panel for a peak brightness of 1,000 nits… The H9F models will start at $700 for the 55-inch model and step up to $1,000 for the 65-inch version.”Read More
Since its release just over three months ago the Vizio P Series Quantum has racked up quite a few glowing reviews from critics. Reviewers have widely praised the set for its awesome image quality and great value enabled by Quantum Dot technology.
We chronicled highlights from several of those reviews in a post back in September (Hyperlink: http://www.nanosysinc.com/in-the-news-archive/2018/9/18/vizio-p-series-quantum-review-round-up) and there have been quite a few more since then. So, today we're back with a few more reviews of one of our favorite TVs of 2018:Read More
Samsung released their QLED line up earlier this year. According to Samsung, their flagship Q9FN delivers an incredible 2,000 nits of peak luminance and truly cinematic color thanks in part to the Quantum Dot technology inside.
We're always excited to see great new Quantum Dot products hit the market so we've rounded up some of the most notable excerpts from the Samsung QLED Q9FN reviews below.Read More
Vizio just announced one of the best, and brightest, Quantum Dot TVs of 2018. According to Vizio, their all-new P-Series Quantum flagship delivers an incredible 2,000 nits of peak luminance and truly cinematic color thanks in part to the Quantum Dot technology inside.
We're always excited to see great new Quantum Dot products hit the market so we've rounded up some of the most notable excerpts from the first Vizio P-Series Quantum reviews below.Read More
Samsung officially launched their 2017 Quantum Dot TVs this week. First shown at CES 2017, the new sets are being marketed as QLED TVs and feature Quantum Dot technology licensed from Nanosys. According to the Korea Herald:
Samsung Electronics Co. on Wednesday launched a new line-up of its high-tech televisions using quantum dot technology, as it seeks to strengthen its market share in the global premium TV market.
Quantum dot TVs offer better picture quality and cheaper manufacturing costs than organic light-emitting diode TVs.Read More
DigitalTrends just posted an in-depth look at how Quantum Dot technology from Nanosys and Samsung is about to change the display industry.
Quantum dots are about to take on a new role, Nanosys CEO Jason Hartlove told Digital Trends at the IFA 2016 tradeshow, after revolutionizing LCD TV technology. And it may put OLED TV squarely in Samsung’s cross-hairs.
To appreciate how Samsung’s promising new TV tech will work, however, we first need a primer on how quantum dots currently work in Samsung’s TV lineup...Read More
Samsung today launched their second-generation of SUHD Quantum Dot TVs at an event in Seoul, South Korea. The new SUHD models all feature Quantum Dot technology licensed from Nanosys for incredibly lifelike image quality and they will span across 14 SKUs ranging in size from 43" to a massive 88".
The QUHD TV series, built on the fundamental innovation of backlight technology, has set a higher standard for next-generation TVs, bringing an end to disputes over what is actually the next-generation TV technology. QUHD TVs, by taking full advantage of the unique quantum technology, far exceed LED TVs in terms of display effects and also surpasses OLED TVs in terms of several key metrics, including definition and color purity.Read More
Don't be befuddled by the alphabet soup of acronyms, spec charts, and feature lists you'll encounter when shopping for a new TV. This guide series explains it all in plain language.
Color accuracy went south with the introduction of LCDs. Fortunately, the TV industry has made significant strides since then...Read More