Resonance a startup, presented one of its prototypes at CES – its cordless TV powered using magnetic resonance. The fully wireless 40-inch TV is powered with 120W. The transmitting system is placed horizontally with an angle of 90 degrees at the distance of about 20-inches, which means misalignment between the two coils is not a problem. What is more, the transmitting system can be integrated in the wall and furniture since it won’t impact the transfer efficiency.
Samsung showcased the processing power of its Neo QLED Quantum Processor with deep learning algorithms to optimize viewing conditions, improving movies, shows and games in real time. Quantum Matrix Technology controls Samsung’s new Quantum Mini LED to express blacks, whites and every shade in between with accuracy. With Neo QLED 8K, an AI-powered 8K picture is completed by 16 multi-model neural networks.
Sony calls its new BRAVIA XR TV line “the world’s first cognitive intelligence televisions.” They feature “a completely new processing method designed to replicate the ways humans see and hear.” Also, “While conventional artificial intelligence (AI) can only detect and analyze picture elements like color, contrast and detail individually, the new processor can cross-analyze an array of elements at once. By doing so, each element is adjusted to its best final outcome, in conjunction with each other, so everything is synchronized and lifelike—something that conventional AI cannot achieve.”
TCL presented its TCL CSOT’s 17-inch Printed OLED Scrolling Display and 6.7-inch AMOLED Rollable Display, along with TCL’s newest Mini-LED, QLED and 4K HDR TVs. The displays feature TCL’s AIPQ upscaling engine and thousands of Mini-LEDs that deliver more lifelike HDR performance employed in an active-matrix backlight to yield better contrast. By minimizing the LED footprint, TCL maximizes precision backlighting to boost contrast and luminance. With a more compact optical stack OD Zero offers the contrast and luminance of Mini-LED TVs but in a new design for the thinnest QLED TVs TCL has produced.
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