2017 is going to be, among other things, the year of the monitor. We will start to see HDR products, with quantum dot, OLED and other display technology become far more common and hopefully more affordable. This leaves many questions about the display technology that you should be shopping for; what advantages will an OLED panel give over a QD display and vice versa? Ars Technica recently delved into details of OLED displays and how they differ from the LED panels and other display types such as plasma.
If you are curious about how OLED overcomes blur issues or want to nit-pick about brightness levels and what exactly qualifies a display for a Ultra HD Premium certification sticker then click and read the full article here.
"In many ways, the same can be said about the other major TV standard that we're seeing more lately: OLED, which stands for organic light emitting diode. It's being called the future of TV tech, promising deeper blacks, less motion blur, and sexier colors."
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