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Home > Press > QD Vision Delivers Next-Generation Three-Millimeter LCD Display Optic: Full Gamut 100% NTSC color optic enables the thinnest, most cost-effective display designs

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QD Vision, Inc. today announced the newest family of its award-winning Color IQ™ optical component compatible with LCD systems utilizing 3mm light guide plates. The new optic represents a 25% width reduction from QD Vision's previous offerings, making it the thinnest and most cost-effective quantum dot, Full Gamut 100% NTSC color LCD solution available today.

QD Vision Delivers Next-Generation Three-Millimeter LCD Display Optic: Full Gamut 100% NTSC color optic enables the thinnest, most cost-effective display designs

Lexington, MA | Posted on December 17th, 2013

With QD Vision's new 3mm components, large LCD TV and Backlight manufacturers can incorporate Color IQ optics into 2014 BLU designs, migrating to thinner LGPs while maintaining the 100% NTSC color gamut offered by Color IQ optics. In addition, QD Vision's world-class engineering staff and in-house manufacturing capability can customize product performance parameters, such as gamut type and white point, to meet specific customer display requirements and reduce time-to-market.

"Industry trends toward immersive viewing experiences and super-thin LCD TV styling have noticeably impacted display designs," said Jason Carlson, President and CEO of QD Vision. "We continue to advance our technology to help our customers improve their own design features. Collectively we strive not only to meet industry trends, but also to influence them, in particular the home viewing experience and the end consumer's desire for Full Gamut color quality in thinner, more affordable consumer electronics."

Consumers can experience Full Gamut color for themselves by checking out select Sony BRAVIA TV models at major electronics retailers.

Price and Availability

QD Vision's new 3mm Color IQ optics are available today for mass production. For pricing and more information, contact sales at www.qdvision.com/contact/.


CES, January 7-10, 2014

Visit QD Vision at CES 2014 and experience the Color IQ difference for yourself. To schedule a private demonstration, contact Lea Tzimoulis: 508-475-0025 x117, .

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About QD Vision, Inc.
Privately held, QD Vision, Inc. is a nanomaterials product company delivering advanced display and lighting solutions that provide unparalleled color and cost savings. QD Vision’s Color IQ quantum dot technology is the industry’s only commercially viable component solution capable of enabling consumer electronics manufacturers to deliver “Full Gamut” 100% NTSC color displays. QD Vision offers commercial viability for Full Gamut televisions with precise and tunable performance, flexible and high-volume multi-SKU manufacturability, proven performance and easy integration, backed by a full range of tools, services and ecosystem support.

Color IQ is a registered trademark of QD Vision, Inc. Sony and Sony BRAVIA are registered trademarks of Sony Corporation or any of its affiliates.

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508-475-0025 x117

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