Displays & Projectors News - Page 4
LG currently dominates with its flagship OLED technology but the company will be introducing its first-ever QNED Mini LED TV -- debuting as its top-of-the-line flagship LG 2021 premium LCD TV lineup.
The company is teasing the infusion of technologies in its new QNED Mini LED TV family that has 10 different models in both 4K and 8K panels and sizes ranging all the way up to a huge 86 inch. We will see quantum dot and NanoCell technologies with Mini LEDs as the light source.
LG explains that "brightness and contrast are far superior to that of conventional LCD televisions". LG's innovative Mini LED back-lighting "comprises up to almost 30,000 tiny LEDs that produce incredible peak brightness and a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1 when paired with up to nearly 2,500 dimming zones and advanced local dimming technology. This results in excellent HDR image quality with outstanding contrast and blacks, a wide color gamut and incredible color accuracy. For stunningly life-like images that seem to shed the confines of the screen and enter the user's space, it's not hard to see why LG QNED Mini LED is the new LCD TV to beat".
Sony is having issues with its new PlayStation 5 console not working with 1440p monitors, but now MSI is stepping up 'Console Mode' on its 1440p monitors.
MSI allows the PlayStation 5 to downscale 4K down to 1440p, versus traditional 1440p monitors receiving 1080p from the PlayStation 5 and upscaling it. Specific MSI gaming monitors in both 1440p and UltraWide 21:9 aspect ratio 3440 x 1440 monitors with 'Console Mode' will be optimal for the PlayStation 5.
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Seeya Technology is now offering a lineup of OLED microdisplays for use in VR and AR devices. Seeya's new displays are as small as half an inch, with resolutions higher than QHD.
Seeya Technology is a relatively new company. It was established in 2016 to develop OLED microdisplays for future technology devices. Seeya invested $300 million in its fabrication plant in 2017, and it's now up and running with a production capacity of up to 20 million displays per year.
Seeya Technology's current OLED microdisplay offerings include a 0.49" color panel with Full-HD resolution; a 0.62" OLED with 1728x1369 pixels; and a 0.83" 2560x1440 (QHD) OLED panel. At the top of Seeya's product stack sit a pair of 2560x2560 panels available in 1.03" or 1.4" options.
LG's new rollable Signature OLED R TV is now on sale in South Korea for a cool $78,000.
LG just introduced the world's first rollable 65-inch OLED TV to the market in a bid to shake up the display industry. The LG Signature OLED R sports a 65-inch 4K UHDTV display that removes the need for any wall mounting. Instead, the ultra-flexible display can hide by rolling up in a base.
The OLED panel moves up when needed, and has three modes: full view, where the display is rolled out all the way for complete picture viewing, line view, where the display is shrunk to a specific point so the viewer can also see objects or scenes behind the TV itself, and zero view, which is when the TV is fully rolled up in the base.
Sony has just peeled back the veil on the future, with its new Spatial Reality Display to hit shelves in November for $5000. Check it out:
The new Spatial Reality Display renders 3D objects that react to the tilt you would normally do with your head in-person, with the 15.6-inch 4K LCD that was teased as the "Eye-Sensing Light Field Display". But now this official Sony Spatial Reality Display has a high-speed vision sensor that tracks your eye movement, and your position as you are moving your head -- or your body, around the display.
Sony's new Spatial Reality Display divides the screen for both your left and right eyes, creating the stereoscopic image in the end. The new Spatial Reality Display requires a decent PC to run it, with Sony recommending an Intel Core i7 processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER graphics card.
ASUS has kinda accidentally revealed its new ROG Strix PG32UQX gaming monitor, which has appeared on a listing on Chinese Taobao.
The new ROG Strix PG32UQX gaming monitor has a large 32-inch Mini-LED panel, with 10-bit color, 1000:1 contrast ratio and 4ms gray-to-gray response time. The 32-inch Mini-LED panel has a native 4K resolution and super-fast 144Hz refresh rate.
One of the key parts of the new monitor is that it rocks HDMI 2.1 connectivity, which you would use over the DisplayPort 1.4 connector. It also means the new ROG Strix PG32UQX gaming monitor can be used with the next-gen Microsoft Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, as well as Sony's new PlayStation 5.
We all know NVIDIA has been issues with sales of its GeForce RTX 3080 and GeForce RTX 3090 Founders Edition graphics cards on their website, well -- now the RTX 3080 FE and RTX 3090 FE are exclusive to Best Buy to US customers.
The company will take orders for its GeForce RTX 3080 and GeForce RTX 3090 Founders Edition graphics cards exclusively to Best Buy at least for now -- and other retailers and e-tailers in the near future. Nothing changes with custom RTX 30 series graphics cards, they'll continue to sell through their regular channels.
An NVIDIA employee explained on their official forums: "We have heard your feedback regarding the NVIDIA online store and are working to improve the experience. In the meantime, we will be selling our GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 Founders Edition through other partners. In the US, you can shop for Founders Edition at Best Buy - GeForce RTX 3080 and GeForce RTX 3090 . In Europe, we continue to review Founders Edition fulfillment options".
I'm sure you know someone, or at least know someone who knows someone who purchased a new TV during the last 9 months with the huge COVID-19 lock downs worldwide.
Well, it appears global TV shipments are at an all-time high in Q3 2020, with a new report from TrendForce indicating that 62 million TVs were shipped in the quarter. This is a jump of just under 13% from the same period of 2019, and up nearly 39% over Q2 2020.
Samsung and LG lead the global TV shipments, with TrendForce noting that the demand in the US alone was over 20%, because of the COVID-19 pandemic and millions of Americans sitting at home. The uptick in demand for Q3 2020 over the quarter before it, is because the COVID-19 pandemic wrecked havoc on the entire supply chain.
Alienware unveiled some new gaming displays today, with the large flagship new UltraWide monitor in the Alienware 38 Gaming Monitor. Check it out:
We have a huge 37.5-inch Fast IPS Nano Color panel with a native resolution of 3840 x 1600 and super-smooth refresh rate of 144Hz. Alienware ticks enough boxes for NVIDIA to give it the NVIDIA G-SYNC Ultimate stamp of approval, with this monitor being perfect to get coupled with the new GeForce RTX 3080 graphics card.
Alienware uses its unique "Legend" design aesthetic here with the Alienware 38 Gaming Monitor, with customizable lighting that can be tweaked by the user -- or it can be tweaked to react to in-game events. There's also an ambient light sensor that will adjust screen brightness automatically depending on the lighting in your room.
It looks like Acer is about to unleash a new 34-inch UltraWide gaming monitor onto the market, with the new Acer Predator X34S teased.
The new Acer Predator X34S has a 34-inch Nano IPS-based panel with a native resolution of 3440 x 1440, with a super-smooth 200Hz refresh rate and NVIDIA G-SYNC support. Another big note is that the Acer Predator X34S has a super-fast 0.5ms response time.
We have a 1900R curvature on the Acer Predator X34S, with DisplayHDR 400 support and SDR brightness of 400 nits with up to 550 nits of brightness on offer with HDR enabled. There is no HDMI 2.1 unfortunately, but it does have 1 x DP 1.4 and 2 x HDMI 2.0 inputs.