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Quantum dot (qled) vs OLED


Anyone that has seriously looked to update their TV is sure to have come across both these terms before - OLED annd QLED. However, such an important feature is no where near as discussed as it should be so we help unravel the key differences between OLED and QLED TVs for you. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Quantum dot (qled) vs OLED

Quantum Dot (QLED) Vs OLED
  • -By TCL Electronics

About Us
TCL was founded in 1981 in China, and has grown
to be the 3rd largest manufacturer of panels in
the world and is one of the world's leading
consumer electronics manufacturers. TCL has a
presence in 78 countries all around the world,
and employs over 75,000 people. TCL Australia was
founded in 2004 and has now grown to be one of
the most successful television brands in
Quantum Dot (QLED) Vs OLED
  • Heard of QLED and OLED but are still confused
    by what they mean?
  • Dont worry we have you covered.
  • If youre in the market for a new TV then knowing
    the difference between these acronyms could very
    well influence your purchase. Even though the
    names are similar, the TV technology is quite
    different! We put paid to any confusion by
    explaining the distinctions as well as the pros
    and cons of each so you can make the choice for
    yourself as to which will suit your situation

  • In an OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) TV the
    display is made up of organic compounds that
    light up when fed electricity and shut down
    without it.
  • There is no chunky LCD backlight so consoles are
    lighter and thinner. Since light is emitted on a
    pixel-by-pixel basis, bright whites or coloured
    pixels can appear next to blacks without being
    impacted. Motion refresh is also supremely fast

Pros and Cons of OLED
  • Pros of OLED
  • Lighter and thinner
  • More convincing blacks
  • Lightning-quick refresh rates
  • Judder and blur-free
  • Cons of OLED -
  • Limited screen sizes
  • Muted brightness
  • Expensive
  • Higher risk of picture burn-in
  • Smaller lifespan

  • First there were LCD TVs, then LED TVs, now there
    are QLED TVs each is a step up from the one
    before. What they all have in common is an LCD
    backlight but QLED TVs have an extra quantum dot
    layer (QLED stands for Quantum-dot Light Emitting
  • When this quantum dot layer is illuminated by the
    LCD backlight it delivers the highest brightness
    levels and the largest colour palette. Rather
    than millions of colours in a LED TV, were
    talking billions of shades in a QLED TV. The
    experience is more cinematic with vivid, precise
    colours and enhanced brightness.

Pros and Cons of QLED
  • Pros of QLED -
  • More lifelike colour
  • Brilliant whites
  • Ultra-bright
  • Variety of screen sizes
  • Cons of QLED -
  • Not as slim
  • Overly bright
  • Less convincing blacks
  • Slower refresh rate

Whats best QLED or OLED TV?
  • Whether you buy a QLED or OLED TV can depend on a
    few factors. If you watch a lot of high action
    sports or movies then OLED is believed to be the
    superior technology. But youll probably pay more
    for it because OLED TVs tend to be on the larger
    size e.g. over 60 inches. So if you have a small
    room then a TV of this size doesnt make much
  • When it comes to superior picture quality then an
    QLED TV isnt far behind and because this is more
    a mainstream TV youll find a wide range of sizes
    and prices on offer. You can get a high quality
    picture, superior sound and smart features, all
    without the high price tag. In most situations a
    QLED TV usually offers the best value for money.

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