TCL is the third largest TV manufacturer in the world, aiming to be third most popular TV brand in Europe/USA by 2020. At IFA 2017, TCL presents the U65X9026 (65″) and U55X9026 (55″) Xess X2 65″ and 55″ TCL QLED Android TV, the only Android QLED TV in the world with JBL sound. With very small bezels, Quantum Dot technology, TCL QLED enables their TVs to display richer colours, contrast optimised with Ultra Micro Dimming, 10bit, HDR Pro, 3-channel acoustics on the front from JBL provide high quality sound immersion, with Android TV voice control voice command support. With Android 6.0 support currently, with Android 7.0 support to be added through a firmware update.
In the first quarter of 2017, TCL ranked in top three for global TV shipments, with a market share of 7.3%, according to IHS. In the first half of 2017, TCL LCD TV total sales volume rose by 12.2% year-on-year to 9,603,392 sets (excluding commercial display). LCD TV overseas sales volume reached 5.74 million units, up 34.1% year-on-year, while sales value rose 51.0% year-on-year. TCL ranked the third in France and the Philippines, fourth in Thailand and fifth in Vietnam, Australia and the USA.
70″ Sharp 8K TV launched for €8000, Sharp is back.
Sharp is back. Sharp had a press conference at IFA 2018 announcing that they are back, together with their new investor Foxconn Group, Sharp has so many awesome technologies that they are planning to bring in a strong way to the European market in the months to come. The 8K display is 70″ and will be available in October in China, Japan, Taiwan and in Europe it will be available in March 2018. Sharp will also introduce 8K cameras providing end-to-end solutions for 8K. Also providing solutions for 8K video editing. By Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Sharp expects that by 2020 more than 50% of people buying larger than 60″ TVs will buy 8K. They are considering if maybe they might release Sharp Robohon pocket robot phone in Europe, they would need to implement Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.
Published: 2017-09-01 21:01:41
Samsung QLED vs LG OLED – Flagship TV Shootout
We compare two of the finest televisions that 2017 has to offer: the Samsung QLED and LG OLED.
Samsung’s brand new QLED line of TVs is a series coined by the company that means “quantum light emitting diode”. The new branding is an attempt to distinguish this TV as Samsung’s most premium television and has the capacity to produce an image that’s brighter than an OLED TV. The QLED suffers from an acute viewing angle, that requires the viewer to be in the middle of the TV, and could pose a problem if there are multiple people watching it.
With LG’s OLED TV, the image is produced by starting with perfect black. With true blacks being produced, it’s hard to beat the OLED in terms of picture quality. The color is spot on straight out of the box, and its motion is smoother than the QLED.
Although each TV has their strengths and weaknesses, the Samsung QLED and LG OLED both rock a well functioning on-screen interface, but we still have to give it to LG’s OLED TV, with its amazing, true black picture quality.
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Published: 2017-06-30 14:13:21
LG 77-inch W7 Signature Wallpaper OLED TV at IFA 2017
We looked at LG’s massive 77-inch W7 Signature series of Wallpaper OLED TV at IFA 2017, featuring Active HDR dynamic tone-mapping technology, as well as Dolby Vision & Dolby Atmos decoding.
In case you’re wanting to buy the telly, the model number in the UK is LG OLED77W7V.
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Published: 2017-09-01 20:00:01
Hisense Laser TV, die Evolution des Beamers?
80 Zoll TV muss nicht teuer sein. Das beweist Hisense mit dem neuen Laser TV, der auf der IFA 2017 vorgestellt wurde.
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Published: 2017-09-01 15:33:02
Le plus grand écran LCD du monde est signé SHARP – IFA 2017
L’IFA de Berlin est la meilleure occasion pour les constructeurs de faire la demonstration de leur savoir-faire. C’est le cas de Sharp, la marque japonaise specialisee dans les ecrans. Sur son stand sont ainsi presentes le plus grand ecran du monde LCD de 120 pouces, ainsi que differents ecrans aux formes les plus originales les unes que les autres.
Avec une mention speciale pour un impressionnant ecran totalement courbe, a tel point qu’il peut etre presente comme tube. Toutes ces nouveautes vous sont presentees par David Nogueira de 01netTV.
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Published: 2017-09-01 10:51:58