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  • What is UHD TV?2015-02-07

    UHDstands for "ultra high-definition" ,which is HD (High Definition HD),Full HD (Full HD) next-generation technologies. Recommend "Super HDUHD" standard ITU (ITU) released the physical screen resolution reached3840 × 2160 (4K × 2K) displays and above are called ultra-high definition, is acommon Full HD (1920X1080) Width Height various times, four times the area.


  • What is OLED TV2015-02-07

    OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) full name of "organic light-emitting diodes," is a new display technology. OLED TV, the LCD panel is no longer needed, RGB color display signal directly from the OLED diode, almost non-existent problem of viewing angle LCD.

  • What is SMART TV?2015-02-07


    SMARTTV has an open platform, equipped with the operating system, you can install and uninstall the software, games and other services provided by third-party program by the user to continue to expand the functionality of the TV through such a program, and to achieve this kind of surfing TV, collectively, can also be understood as popular with integrated Display feature-rich applications and intelligent terminals.


  • What is FULL HD TV?2015-02-07

    FULLHD (Full HD) is a Full High Definition shorthand, refers to the physical resolution up to 1920 × 1080 display (including 1080i and 1080P), where i(interlace) refers to interlaced; P (Progressive) stands for progressive scan, which both have great differences in the fineness of the screen, 1080P picture quality to be better than 1080i. Corresponding to the 720 called the standard definition. Obviously, due to the process of transmission data is more abundant, so an advantage in terms of resolution 1080, especially in the large-screen television, 1080 to ensure a clearer picture.


  • What is LED TV?2015-02-07

    LCD TV uses cold cathode fluorescent lamps or CCFLs backlighting. LED TV uses LED backlighting technology which in essence consumes less power and has a longer lifespan. Anything that is slimmer than a standard cathode ray tube or CRT televisions considered a slim TV.


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