Nanoco announced recently that it would be showcasing two prototype QD TVs respectively from Philips and Hisense at CES 2017, January 5-8 in Las Vegas. while partner TCL is presenting its commercialized QD TV at the annual consumer electronic show for the first time. All the TVs use Nanoco patented QD film technology manufactured by Wah Hong.
TCL showcases commercialized smart QD TV utilizing Nanoco technology
TCL showcased its smart TVs during a press conference themed “This is SMART TV” at CES 2017, where it launched its flagship products and showcased its QD display TV, the X series-- X2 with a flat panel & X3 with a curved panel, both featuring the Quantum Dot (QD) display technology, Dolby Vision high-dynamic-range (HDR) technology, MEMC, Harman Kardon sound system and an ultra-thin and edgeless design.
The QD display uses a non-organic compound as the light-emitting material which not only is stable and free from problems like color cast and imbalance of picture quality, but most importantly can even outplay OLED to deliver an unprecedentedly wide color gamut of 110% NTSC. Leveraging the HDR innovation that powers Dolby’s most advanced cinemas around the world, Dolby Vision transforms the TV experience in the home by delivering greater brightness and contrast, as well as a fuller palette of rich colors.
Ranjit Gopi, Marketing Director & Head of Overseas Marketing, TCL Multimedia Holdings Ltd., announced the launch of X2 and X3 at CES 2017. (TCL/LEDinside)
TCL has made huge improvements with X2/X3 in size and appearance. X2 and X3, being 7.9mm and 6.9mm thick, respectively, are both available in two sizes: 55” and 65”.
TCL announced at CES that in the near future, it will launch the world’s first QD on LED chip TV with even more dazzling picture quality. TCL is also working on industrial design to push the slimness to the limit – a 65-inch curved QD TV will be merely 3.9mm thick, setting new standards for the category.
For more information or to get a live experience of X series at CES, please visit the TCL booth 12929.
The prototype TCL’s UHD QD TV is also showcased at Nanoco’s suite at CES 2017. The TV incorporates Nanoco CFQD® quantum dot Fine Color Film™ made by Wah Hong to deliver state-of-the-art performance.
“TCL has been making televisions for more than three decades, and today offers one of the industry’s most sophisticated and broadest range of products,” said Michael Edelman, Nanoco’s CEO. “We’re honored they have chosen to display a prototype television in Nanoco’s suite at CES, further helping to support the company’s ambitious growth plans.”
Hisense prototype QD TV incorporates Nanoco technology
Hisense state-of-the-art 4K television features the high qualities consumers expect of the Hisense brand, with sustainably-enhanced color performance made possible by Nanoco CFQD® quantum dot Fine Color Film™ made by Wah Hong.
“Hisense is passionate about bringing the latest innovation in television technology to its global consumers,” said Edelman. “It’s a privilege to have our CFQD® fine color film identified by Hisense as a technology that can help this major global manufacturer continue to offer the market the very best television products.”
TPV Philips experiments with cadmium free QD technology
The developmental UHD definition wide color gamut TPV Philips television exhibited in Nanoco’s suite is a state-of-the-art 4K television offers a sustainable solution that delivers an extraordinary UHD viewing experience for TPV Philips’ global customers, thanks to Nanoco’s CFQD® cadmium free quantum dot Fine Color Film™ made by Wah Hong.
“We’re delighted to collaborate with Wah Hong to provide our CFQD® quantum dot film to TPV Philips, a true pioneer in television technology,” said Edelman. “Nanoco’s CFQD® quantum dots give consumers peace of mind to enjoy next-generation color performance and energy efficiency in display, which is a key consideration for leading global manufacturers like TPV Philips.”
To schedule an appointment to view the above mentioned QD TV in the Nanoco marketing suite at CES, please contact Nori Hiramatsu at NHiramatsu@nanocotechnologies.com.