This CES 2021 is playing host to TV launches from numerous manufacturers, but with so many display technologies being adopted, you can be excused for being confused as to what they all mean.
There are OLED TVs, Mini LED TVs and even MicroLED TVs, with some companies offering more than one type of tech in their expanded lineups.
We explain each of the technologies below, including their unique characteristics to help you make sense of it all.
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