Once upon a time, there were two options for big-screen TVs. LED TVs (an LCD TV with an LED backlight) offered the best option for brightness and resolution, while video projectors were the clear answer for those who valued a truly big image size and the ability to control ambient light. But that was more than a decade ago and, boy, have times changed. Today, we have QLED TV, OLED TV, and mini-LED TV, (not to mention new laser-powered short-throw projectors). Within a few months, you can add MicroLED TV to that list.
But that’s just the start. Not far over the horizon are three more technologies that look poised to change the TV landscape even further: Work on QNED, QD-OLED, and QDEL displays is at various stages of development and we may see the first of these innovations within the next 12 months.
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