CES is the world’s largest technology show and this year’s event, running from 11th -14th January, will take on a very different format from that which traditionally fills the huge floor at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Samsung Display’s recent announcement that it will quit the LCD TV panel production business left a question mark over who would supply displays for Samsung Electronics’s UHD and QLED TV lines. Well, it appears that Samsung is now revisiting previous arrangements with Sharp.
Putting aside the dreadful human toll of the Covid-19 (corona) virus, the social and economic consequences are starting to become apparent - and the display industry certainly won't escape the knock on effects.
Though aimed at professional installation more than home AV enthusiasts this week’s ISE 2020 show still attracts some household names and among them, Samsung will be showing off a range of enterprise oriented displays that are related to its consumer range of TVs.
This year sees some changes in Hisense’s TV offerings for the UK. We caught up with the Chinese TV maker at CES 2020 and talked about its first QLED models coming to these shores and what else they had in store for UK TV enthusiasts.
VIDEO: TCL Show next-gen Vidrian Mini LED, plus QLED models coming to UK
by Phil Hinton
We interview Marek Maciejewski, Director of Product Development at TCL to find out what TVs will make it to the UK in 2020. Plus, we learn more about the new 'Vidrian' Mini LED TV as well as taking a look at some ultra-slim mini LED concepts.