The Samsung QLED 8K TV is really stunning in terms of its design as well as viewing experience
microLED is crazy expensive not just because of materials or else.
because only samsung has made it available for consumers as of now.
in the next 5 years once other companies have entered this tech properly and adopted their lineup with MicroLEDs we can expect a price drop , just maybe. if we live by that time we will see.
iOSdroid, 07 Jan 2021What about new budget TV line-up?ive got the exact same question haha. planning to buy a TV this year.
all those innovations are nice and all but over the budget of the majority of people.
Anonymous, 07 Jan 2021But LG has OLED tv's And LG suffered from Burn-in if you leave the TV disconnected. Thats why they tell you to keep it connected at all times. Meaning that i could get burn-in from their TV's since i get power outages randomly.
I will upgrade maybe in 5 years. I am still happy with my two years old Samsung curved tv. :)
My next TV will be maybe microLED if it gets cheaper.
I'd love to make the money for microLED. I hope Sharp, LG, and Sony start making TVs with this material.
I have 75” QLED, and only problems with it are backlight bleed and not having pure black. great TV overall, but for the price i paid, it should be better.
I wonder is my next over 80” TV OLED or maybe something like this Neo QLED, really interested to see how the backlight bleed with this one goes.
Marco M, 07 Jan 2021Potential for micro-LED in computer monitors? Are you planning on using a 100" computer m... moreOh I wasn't aware that the technology was very limited at the moment. Sorry dude for commiting internet crime by not knowing everything ffs.
Aldwin123, 07 Jan 2021OLED is not dead, QD-OLED might be the successor of OLED.
Cool and the Oled has nothing else to improve
QNED will beat Oled, Oled has nowhere else to go
Its gonna still be organic which is a major disadvantage
AnonF-964910, 07 Jan 2021For large computer monitors, microLED has potential. Due to it having capable brightness whils... morePotential for micro-LED in computer monitors? Are you planning on using a 100" computer monitor?
Good luck getting even 480p on a 40" using micro-LED.
VA type LCD-panel with mini-LED backlight is the way to go for computer monitors.
AI upscale to native res sounds like it could be great for games on consoles that dont use DLSS
Anonymous, 07 Jan 2021what about mobile phoneMicroLED's displays can offer the advantages of OLED at a higher brightness, I think that phones are already really bright. But the technology might be adopted anyways.
For large computer monitors, microLED has potential. Due to it having capable brightness whilst reduced backlighting.
now this is what called "go green" innovation
A remote that support solar charging and made from recycles plastic
Not removing chargers, please
Of all the things, I think the Remote control with solar panel is the most make sense here lol. Remote TV will sit idle most of the time anyway, so the ability to charge it with even indoor lighting is awesome. Why don't they make this sooner though..