The 6 series this TV with full-array local dimming, Dolby Vision HDR and Roku’s sweet Smart TV system.
Local dimming, which illuminates different areas (zones) of the screen independently, is one of the best ways to improve LCD image quality. TCL has upped the number of local dimming zones to 96 on the 55-inch version of the 6-series and a whopping 120 zones on the 65-incher. Compare that to Vizio’s M series, which only had 32 zones. More local dimming zones usually mean better image quality because they allow more precise control of screen lighting. Continue reading TCL 6 series Roku TV→
We’ve said it before but it bears repeating: Samsung’s QLED TV technology is not the same as LG’s OLED TV technology.
Sure they have similar names, down to the little slash that makes an “O” into a “Q,” but according to CNET’s tests for picture quality, OLED is superior. It’s also fundamentally different from the LCD-based TVs that comprise the vast majority of the market today. Samsung’s latest QLED TVs are still based on LCD, and while they have their strengths, they can’t compete with OLED. Continue reading How quantum dots could challenge OLED for best TV picture→
Thank you for your kind support of Protech in 2017. The Chinese Traditional New Year– Spring Festival of 2018 is approaching, all the staff of Protech Electronics & Technology Limited wish you a happy, warm and prosperous new year.
In order to celebrate the traditional Spring Festival, the company is scheduled for a 14 days holiday which is from 11th Feb 2018 to 24th Feb 2018. We will be back to work on 25 Feb 2018. If anything is urgent, please leave us a message,and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Continue reading 2018 Holiday Notice→
1.Supporting the Xbox One X is completely optional for developers
After having been direct competitors for so many years, it’s only natural that both Sony and Microsoft have started to look very similar. Microsoft introduced Achievements, so Sony brought out Trophies, Microsoft asked gamers to pay to play games online, and now so does Sony. The list goes on and on.
Sony has been very clear from the start that developers have to support the PS4 Pro if they want to release a game on the PS4. That doesn’t mean every game has to display in native 4K, but they’ll all have to be able to support the new hardware in some fashion. Continue reading What you need to know about the Xbox One X→
‘Hybrid log gamma’ is yet another a new video format that promises better picture quality for broadcast and live TV. So how is it different from Dolby Vision and HDR10?
Hybrid log gamma, or HLG, is another kind of high dynamic range (HDR), similar to HDR10 and Dolby Vision. All three promise better picture quality for compatible TVs than standard dynamic range material — aka the TV shows and movies you’re probably watching now. HDR images on good HDR TVs have brighter highlights, more impact and improved color. Continue reading All about HLG: What Hybrid log gamma means for your TV→