Alienware drops first ever ultrawide quantum dot OLED gaming displayThursday, 6 Jan 2022
Quantum dot meets OLED in a gaming monitor.
Samsung 65-inch Q9F QLED TV (2018) review: Closing the gapFriday, 23 Nov 2018 in Televisions
The 2018 Samsung Q9F QLED TV sports a direct full-array backlight system - we find out if that matters.
The Q6F is Samsung's most affordable QLED TV this year, and it's now in storesWednesday, 11 Jul 2018
Prices start at S$2,699.
Samsung Q9F QLED TV (2018)Thursday, 10 May 2018 in Televisions
The 2018 Samsung Q9F QLED TV sports a direct full array backlight system and 100% color volume.
The ASUS ROG Swift PG27VQ is a 165Hz curved G-Sync monitor (Updated with price)Tuesday, 16 Jan 2018
ASUS has announced the ROG Swift PG27VQ gaming monitor at its Outshine the Competition event in Berlin, adding to its already formidable arsenal of high-end displays.
Samsung 65-inch Q9F QLED TV review: A quantum leap for 4K LCD TVsThursday, 10 Aug 2017 in Televisions
Up to 2,000 nits brightness, accurate DCI-P3 coverage, and 100% color volume, Samsung has designed the Q9F QLED TV to be the best TV for HDR. We see if it succeeds in doing that.
ASUS has an ultra-wide 200Hz quantum dot display in the ROG Swift PG35VQThursday, 1 Jun 2017
ASUS unveiled a swanky new monitor at Computex this week, in the form of the ultra-wide 21:9 ROG Swift PG35VQ.
The Acer Predator X27 rolls 4K, HDR, and 144Hz G-Sync into one badass gaming monitorTuesday, 2 May 2017
At its launch event in New York City last week, Acer announced the Predator X27 and Z271UV gaming monitors, both of which boast support for NVIDIA G-Sync, quantum dot technology, and Tobii eye-tracking hardware.
Samsung's QLED TV tech is designed to overcome OLED's long-held advantagesMonday, 1 May 2017
So what’s so special about Samsung’s 2017 QLED UHD TVs? For one, the quantum dots used now sport a metal shell and core for improved color purity and stability. And the results are mighty impressive.
Samsung 65-inch Q9F 4K Smart QLED TVTuesday, 11 Apr 2017 in Televisions
The Samsung Q9F QLED TV features up to 2,000 nits brightness and a 100% color volume. Cable clutter is reduced thanks to an 'Invisible Connection'.