The NEW Samsung QLEDPosted on 12:00am on Tuesday 31st January 2017 by Walts
QLED is an Acronym for Quantum dot Light Emitting Diode. The most notable use of this technology to date has been in TV sets. LG, Sony, and Samsung have all released quantum dot TVs in recent years, with the latter completely diverting its attention and resources away from OLED TV development in favor of quantum dot LCDs incredibly small particles. They range between 2 to 10 nanometers in diameter, which is equivalent to 50 atoms. Yes, atoms. It's this small size that gives quantum dots their unique properties. The color light that a quantum dot emits is directly related to its size; smaller dots appear blue, larger ones more red. In LCD screens they're applied as a way of eliminating the need for White LED backlights and color filters.