QLED (Quantum Dot Light Emitting Diode)

QLED refers to Quantum Dot Light Emitting Diode and describes a specific screen technology that is used in LED-LCD TVs. Here, tiny semiconductor crystals, so-called quantum dots, are used to achieve a broader color palette and enhanced brightness.

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Unlike OLED TVs, where each pixel is its own light source, so to speak, QLED TVs need a separate light source to illuminate the screen. Compared to more conventional technology, such TVs achieve higher luminance and better color fidelity. In addition, the technology can offer a longer lifespan because pixel failures occur less frequently.

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