Leyard Introduces the World's Largest UHD LED TV in Beijing

According to reports, Leyard officially released the world's largest 4K Ultra-High Definition (UHD) LED large-screen TV in the size of 288 inch, and also launched five LED TV products in the minimum size of 110 inch. The biggest difference from the LCD TVs with LED backlight on the mainstream market is that the LED TV screen Leyard released consists of the self-luminous LED lights, which is the first attempt for commercial large-screen to enter the civilian families.

This 288-inch 4K UHD large-size LED TV is the current world's largest ultra high-definition TV with LED panel, Leyard wants to apply for the Guinness World Records. According to reports, this world's largest UHD LED TV comes out after five-years development, and it is designed with independent intellectual property rights, thin and light, ultra-quiet, multi-screen zoom, no flicker and other major features, it is mainly applied in large conference centers, cinemas, offices and other public establishments for the needs of high-end large-screen TV in the future.

Previously, LED large-screen TVs are mostly used for commercial purposes, the main reason for that Leyard dared developing the civilian market is the upgraded technology that narrow the distance between LED lamp from 3 mm to 1.2 mm, which allows the LED lamps in LED TV to be inconspicuous in short distance, so that the family viewing becomes possible, because the self-luminous LED technology enhances the brightness of the TV to 1000 Nits, and color is increased by 10bit, the overall effect is more delicate.

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