TCL pushes new TV display technologies

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E6800 1 Quantum Dot technology incorporates a film of tiny light-emitting crystals into regular liquid crystal displays (LCD), offering improved picture quality at a fraction of the price of organic light-emitting diodes (OLED). Based on the assessment of the National Television Standards Committee (NTSC), TCL’s Quantum Dot display technology has achieved 110% color gamut, the highest mark. In line with this, TCL has launched its first-ever Quantum Dot television – the 55? 4K UHD Quantum Dot TV (H9700).? With its industrial design, the TV also features cutting-edge 30W Harman/Kardon speakers, which promise “a full-bodied and immersive sound experience” for viewers. TCL is also introducing brand new Curved 4K UHD TVs (H8800) with size range 65″ and 55″.? The series boasts of the largest curvature ever of 4000R, innovative Wide Color Gamut or WCG technology for curved surfaces. WCG technology can enhance the color gamut up to 96% by utilizing the pure white backlight, which is better than normal LED panel. The units are also equipped with 4K curved surface technology and S-level Harman/Kardon speakers to provide immersive? experience in curvature, color, definition and sound. TCL1 In addition to the H8800 series and sharing the same features and sizes apart from a curved screen, the versatile E6800 series will feature a 360-degree revolving stand, allowing viewers to move the picture to perfectly meet their eye line, without having to move the whole TV. Additionally, TCL?s vertically integrated structure ? its CSOT Panel Factory in Shenzhen is the biggest LCD panel factory in China – provides benefits for consumers. As the only manufacturer in China that can make its own panels, this ensures consumers get a high quality product for the best available price. “As the only Chinese TV manufacturer with full supply chain penetration we are able to invest more in their development and save in their production,” said Kevin Wang, general manager of TCL Multimedia Overseas Business Center.]]>

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