Posted on 12:00am on Wednesday 13th May 2015 by Walts
When anything new comes to the market there is typically a debate about whether or not the new product or technology is better than the old one. It should come as no surprise that there is similar confusion about the variances between older LED/LCD and the new OLED display technology.
Posted on 12:00am on Monday 13th February 2017 by Walts
Picture on Glass is the newest OLED by LG. The Screen thickness has been reduced down to a 10th of an inch. Also there is no Frame or Bezel around the Screen. It appears the Picture is appearing in thin air. The top Models have a Screen [..]
Posted on 12:00am on Wednesday 22nd February 2017 by Walts
Why is backlight important? Backlight (or Edge lighting) is necessary for all LCD TVs. Without it you wouldn’t be able to see the picture.
Back lit led vs edge lit.
LED LCDs don't have the contrast ratio potential of Plasma and OLED TVs.
Local dimming was developed to [..]