A Detailed Look at What’s New
During the month of February, Samsung unveiled its complete line of premium and standard HDTVs. The premium QLED models will consist of five series starting with the flagship 8K Q900 series, and the 4K Q90R, Q80R, Q70R, and Q60R series. Screen sizes will range from 65” to 98-inches for the 8K models, while the 4K models will range from 43-inches, all the way up to a huge 82” screen size.
LG’s new lineup will offer eight different series and includes the R9, Z9, W9, E9, C9 and B9 OLED displays, and the SM9X and SM8X series which are NanoCell LED/LCD displays.
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Sure, 8K TVs were the big rage at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and these stunning picture producing beauties will be available this year for anyone who has the mountains of cash needed to obtain one of these 8K-wonders.
6 Series 75R615
I’ve been following and reviewing TCL TVs for the past several years, and what I’ve discovered is the quality improvements with their displays – in particular picture quality – has become much better over the years, while their pricing has remained very affordable. Lasts years 6-Series set a good example for this trend; this lineup was very popular with consumers and received good industry reviews while achieving very good performance.
Sony Z9G 8K TV
The Next Resolution Transition
4K TVs have been around since 2012 and have now established themselves as the premier TV technology. However, looking back to when 4K TVs were first launched, this new tech didn’t take off like a rocket with consumers; it actually took quite some time to establish their current dominance in the television market.
At this year’s CES show in Las Vegas, 8K is really starting to make its presence known by television manufacturers, and one of them is Sony.