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December 16th, 2010

LG backs QLED technology

Abstract:
Forget LED and forget OLED. According to LG, the future of display technology is quantum dot LED nanotechnology. LG has thrown its weight behind the technology, joining forces with nanomaterials product company, QD Vision. The companies plan to bring the technology, dubbed as QLED, to market, claiming it requires less energy and will produce brighter, richer colours than current display products.

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