QLED TV

QLED TVs deliver three main advantages to the viewing experience. They enable to push for extreme levels of brightness.

The important bit of QLED is the Q, which stands for Quantum Dot. Quantum Dots offer a different way for screens to produce color instead of the usual inefficient and limited combination of white LEDs and color filters. The dots in question range between two and 10 nanometers in diameter, and produce different colors depending on their size. For instance, the smallest dots focus on blue, the larger ones focus on red.

The key point about Quantum Dots is that they’re able to produce more heavily saturated and precisely defined primary colors from blue LEDs than you can get from the relatively broad and thus imprecise light spectrum associated with white LEDs.
Show More.

View as Grid List

5 Items

Set Ascending Direction
per page
View as Grid List

5 Items

Set Ascending Direction
per page