Currently, new social needs are a constant challenge for technology companies, which allows them to develop innovations to simplify the lives of users through electronic devices. today the local market has a new star: QLED televisions.
QLED technology is a type of LED/LCD that uses quantum dots to create the image on your screen. In this way, this innovation automatically analyzes the images and adjusts the brightness to obtain the best content. It is one of the latest innovations in image enhancement.
Under this concept, TCLthe leading Chinese company in global technology, presented the TCL QLED C725one of its latest star developments in terms of smart televisions that stands out, in addition to its excellent image quality, for having an operating system Google TV and integrated sound that transcends the traditional functionalities of the television that we know to become, not only a essential support that facilitates the daily activities of users but also an entertainment center for the whole family: fans of the series will be able to enjoy the contents through a cinematographic image and sound, the gamers of the family will navigate in 100% immersive experiences and the Argentine fans will be able to enjoy the World Cup like never before.
With screen options of 50”, 55” and 65” (all Full Screen models) and 4K Ultra HD resolution, the new TCL QLED has Google Assistant with Hands Free Voice Controlthe first function that allows the user to control all the functions of the TV through the sound of their voice, without the need for a remote control.
However, the arrival of the new QLED technology brought with it a series of myths. We tell you what they are to take them into account when choosing a new TV.
MYTH 1: QLED TVS ARE OLED TVS
The first rumor is that QLED TVs are OLED TVs. While there are similarities between the two technologies, they are actually quite different. The main difference between them is that OLED TVs are not based on LED technology (light-emitting diode) to generate images on the screen. Instead, they use organic LEDs for displays.
The strength of QLED technology is based on its high image efficiency. The TCL QLED C725 It also has 4K UHD resolution, accompanied by the Quantum Dots, HDR10 + and Micro Dimming functions. Also, it has the certification of Dolby Vision-Atmos IQ and Dolby Audio to have a picture and sound of a cinematographic quality together with an image composed of a wide variety of colors, deepening the contrast and strengthening the brightness levels of the screen.
MYTH 2: QLED IS SELF-ILLUMINATION
Fake! As mentioned above, QLED TVs rely on an LED backlight to produce images on the screen. The light emitted by the quantum dots creates the desired colors and hues. In more detailed terms, a sheet of Quantum Dot Enhancement Film (QDEF) is placed on top of the backlight unit in a QLED display module. Instead of generating light itself, the QDEF uses the backlight unit to control the intensity of the light it receives to achieve more desirable results, such as higher color saturation.
In turn, some televisions have technologies that add to the user experience: the new TCL QLED offers MEMC, a form of video processing intended to make animation smoother and compensate for screen motion blur. MEMC makes images smoother with both TV signal and multimedia signal, enhanced with TCL’s proprietary software algorithm, you can experience every detail when watching fast-paced and action-packed content.
MYTH 3: “ALL UHD TVS ARE QLED”
QLED TVs are available in resolutions ranging from 4K and higher. While it is feasible to build QLED panels with a lower resolution, most manufacturers focus on developing premium products rather than just randomly introducing any new technology.
As a result, any QLED screen you see on the market is sure to be ultra high definition (UHD). But on the other hand, UHD TVs aren’t all QLED: They can come with different panel technologies like LED, LCD, OLED, QLED, and even a projector.
MYTH 4: “THE QLED IS BAD TO THE EYES”
Fake! Some people believe that quantum dots emit blue light, so they are harmful to the eyes and can cause long-term damage.
While it’s true that blue light can be harmful when your eyes are exposed to it for prolonged periods, QLED TVs rely on dimming technology and their shutters to achieve the levels of light and color needed to create images on the screen. This means that only a minimal amount of blue light is emitted from the TV screen.
Technological advances in televisions are made to make people’s daily lives easier. TCL TVs are well known for their wide range of features, including their ultra-high dynamic contrast ratio (UHDCCR) for deeper blacks and brighter whites and their support for many HDR formats (HLG, HDR10) and 4K cinema-quality resolutions. /UHD. This guarantees that your visual experience is as authentic as possible and simplifies the user’s daily life, which is why technological developments are always designed for the benefit of people in all their aspects.
The TCL QLED C725 It also offers other benefits such as Built-in Chromecast within Google TV that allows you to stream videos, games, and apps from your mobile device to your TV, in full quality. In addition, the connection via Bluetooth 5.0 is available within the Google TV, which enables the use of speakers, headphones, joysticks, keyboards and other wireless devices without the need for cables.
Myths are just myths. QLED TVs are high-quality products with extensive functional features and visual effects to enjoy a movie, a TV show and all the features that a smart TV can provide for the whole family.