“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.”Read More
Join Nanosys at SPIE Photonics West for an update on Quantum Dots for displays with Dr. ZhongSheng Luo, Nanosys Director of Applications Engineering.Read More
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.Read More
Ken Werner, writing for DisplayDaily, highlights some of the display technologies and applications he’s most interested in looking for at next week’s CES show in Las Vegas including a few Nanosys innovations. We’ll be at the show of course and look forward to providing updates in these areas.Read More
Charbax interview with Nanosys CEO Jason Hartlove at Nanosys Silicon Valley headquarters. The two discuss how how his company helped make Quantum Dots a success in the market and where the technology going next.Read More
Samsung Display recently interviewed Nanosys Senior Scientist Dr. Nahyoung Kim at the IMID/KES conferences in South Korea. Dr. Kim shares some updates on how Nanosys' next generation Quantum Dot technologies are enabling great 8K devices. Great CES preview!Read More