Two new technologies seem to dominate the LCD TV market in CES 2015. First up are quantum dots TVs – which are LED backlit LCDs that include a QD film that enhances the TV’s color gamut, efficiency, brightness and contrast. Sony has been producing QD TVs for almost two years , but this year we have new launches from Samsung, LG, Philips, TCL and others. Samsung SUHD (credit: Sri Peruvemba, Marketer International) These new wave of QD TVs are Cadmium-free , which was one of the major stumbling block towards real QD commercialization. The major advantage of QD TVs is the enhanced color gamut, which is even larger than the color gamut currently offered by OLED TVs (although LG promises their OLEDs will catch up soon ). LG still considers OLEDs as their future TV technology , and Merck also says that quantum-dots are not a real game changer (unlike OLEDs). Read more about Ultra-slim LCDs and quantum-dots enhanced LEDs enter the market

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Ultra-slim LCDs and quantum-dots enhanced LEDs enter the market