This year’s CES is very different. The floors of the Las Vegas hotel have been replaced with completely virtual events and back-to-back Zoom presentations. This may make it a bit difficult to demonstrate the technology that powers new OLED or 8K TVs.But from us Done Seeing this year’s CES come out, there are many exciting things.
Sony New OLED, 4K and 8K TVs announced at CES 2021 Bravia XR series monitor, All of which will use its new cognitive processor XR. Regarding this powerful new chip, the most important thing is to enhance the audio and video methods to create an overall more immersive experience. The main way the chip performs this operation is to zero the natural focus of the image and improve the quality of the object or person to make it look more realistic. The chip should also improve the upgrade from 4K to 8K format by reducing noise and blurring. This should excite anyone who wants to buy an 8K TV this year, because there is almost no 8K content to talk about.
In addition to novel chips, some of Sony’s TVs this year will also be equipped with ambient light sensors to adjust the brightness of the screen to better match the light in a given viewing environment. This sounds really good, but we would love to try it for ourselves and experiment with a variety of different entertainment settings (including hue lighting). In addition, this year’s Sony TV will be powered by Google TV, which is an exciting upgrade of Android TV. And all of its Bravia XR displays will support HDMI 2.1, support 4K 120fps, variable refresh rate, automatic low-latency mode and e-ARC, which is a big leap from the insignificant TV last year.
Bravia XR series TVs will include X95J and X90J 4K LED TVs, Master series Z9J 8K LEDs, Master series A90J and A80J OLEDs, and a 100-inch version of X90J X92 with slightly different specifications. Pricing will be announced later.
Samsung Announce new microLED TV With 99-inch, 88-inch and 110-inch display sizes, all of which will draw on Samsung’s existing modular super-screen technology wallThis is a very exquisite product, but it is not particularly suitable for consumers who only want to unpack the TV in a normal way instead of requiring professional installation. These new TVs will check the box.
In addition, Samsung is introducing more customization options for its frame display (The Frame display), which is the company’s most popular TV because it looks more like a framed artwork than a black mirror in the middle of the space , Which can be disguised as room decoration. At the same time, Samsung’s Neo QLED TVs use more and more LED lights to provide better and more controlled brightness while minimizing halo. Finally, Samsung is launching a new remote control for all of its 2021 QLED 4K and 8K TVs, and uses solar charging. Samsung said that the remote control can be charged in indoor and outdoor light and through the USB-C port. It’s exciting! But we really want to see this unattainable action, and then publicize it. At the same time, we are cautiously optimistic.
Let’s talk about TCL, because this company really brings me hope this year big screen The price is moderate, and 8K is introduced on its popular 6 series monitor (We are It’s in Gizmodo). This year, at least three screens will be sold in 85-inch form, including 4K QLED equipped with Roku, 8K QLED TV and 4 series with a retail price of $1,600. What a steal! Although the other two will certainly still be very expensive, TCL may beat many TV manufacturers in the field of 85-inch displays of similar specifications. Is it also the 8K 6 series? I am looking forward to seeing this upgrade, but TCL has a lot of competition in this area.And be clear: just because of you were able Buying an 8K TV does not necessarily mean you should do it.
Matsushita For large OLED screens in 2021, it is taking a more modest approach-at least in terms of size-JZ2000 will be available in 55-inch and 65-inch sizes, which is definitely a sufficient TV for most people. Panasonic said that this OLED will be brighter and have better built-in sound. The TV will support eARC, automatic low latency mode (ALLM) and variable refresh rate (VRR) and other functions. This may be a very attractive option for gamers, but we must first look at its performance. Its “My Home Screen” will also be refreshed-although this may not be so important for people who have cut off their power and use streaming media devices.
Last but not least, LG, And finally working on miniLED. The king of OLED will also introduce 4K and 8K miniLED displays This year, as well as the new C1 OLED starting from the 48-inch screen and the G1 OLED in the 55-inch display and later versions. Like Panasonic, LG is also redesigning its native WebOS operating system. I don’t understand this a bit. LG’s previous operating system did no harm, and this one looks a lot like everything else. But we look forward to using this new OS version for hands-on demonstrations later this year.
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