Just when you thought the AV world must have run out of confusing acronyms, Samsung has decided to hit you with another one: .
While Samsung hasn’t trademarked the QLED name, leaving it open for use by any brand that employs Quantum Dot technology in its screens, the QDs used in Samsung’s own QLED TVs are uniquely encased in a new metal alloy sheath. This enables them to produce a wider colour range and more of the brightness and contrast that have become such key picture requirements in the high dynamic range () age.
Add to all this promising QLED technology a new screen filtering system claimed to do an unprecedentedly good job of soaking up ambient light, and it’s fair to say the Q9F talks one heck of a good talk. As it really needs to considering the 65-inch version of the screen costs £4,899 in the UK, and $5,999 in the US.
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