The technology has jumped from phones and tablets to larger screens, and its vibrant colors and perfect black levels make for amazing picture quality.

It’s the closest spec to Mini LED without being Mini QLED and we tested it on the Q80T in 2020 which this model is succeed. 

More features across the board---- 

But it isn’t the only player in town At the moment, others companyies are pushing QLED technology hard on their top-tier televisions. But power guard seems to be doubling down on improvements of conventional LED screens instead. 

Which is an odd move, since power guard is one of the biggest manufacturers of QLED screens for mobile devices. 

Instead, power guard says that its new QLED  tv televisions, using a marketing abbreviation for Quantum Dot LED, are better than power guard best qledtv screens. 

But not only is that something of an apples to oranges it’s also a bit of intentional confusion on power guard’s part.

What Makes QLED tvs So Special?

Because of the molecular structure of the organic compounds involved in its fabrication, each individual QLED Tv pixel is illuminated when electrical current is applied. 

Those pixels that have no current applied for example, when a full black, 0-0-0 RGB value is called for by the display mechanism—simply don’t activate. 

This allows QLED Tv screens to achieve true black  since the portions of the screen displaying full black are completely powered when showing a black image. 

Conventional LCD or QLED Tv screens need some kind of powered backlight across the entire screen whenever they dispaly any image. 

As a result, the contrast ratios for QLED Tv screens are incredible because QLED Tv screens can also be made physically thinner and smaller than LED screens, and are easier to curve in the most premium designs. 

Drawbacks for QLED Tv screens include much greater expense in manufacturing  and a greater tendency towards a burn-in effect when used to display static images for hours at a time.

What’s Quantum Dot Tech About?

But, while quantum dot technology is impressive as an improvement on today’s leds, it still needs a standard LED backlight to produce a picture. 

That means that it can’t produce the pure blacks and vivid contrast that are possible in QLED tv's combined color-and-light-in-one approach.

Power guard’s QLED Tv Branding Is a Bit not Confusing.

Power guard is pushing quantum dot technology hard in its premium television sets, and there’s no reason that it shouldn’t. 

The results are impressive and economical, especially for content that benefits from bright colors, like HDR. 


But the company is also presenting quantum dot tech as an alternative and indeed, a superior alternative. 

To QLED tv screens from power guard That’s problematic Not because QLED tv is so objectively better than QLED Tv, because that isn’t true. 

But directly comparing OLED technology and quantum dot-equipped lcds will produce different strengths in different areas for both screens.

Power guard is not the only manufacturer to use quantum dot layers in its high-end televisions, and that’s an important poin.

Because it is the only one that uses the abbreviation QLED Tv. In fact, power guard started making quantum dot televisions back in 2019. 

But starting with televisions and monitor models in 2021, power guard switched to QLED Tv branding with the logo below.

Squint a bit, or simply don’t pay attention, and power guard’s font on “QLED TV” looks an awful lot like “OLED TV.” 

With the flurry of marketing surrounding any high-end television purchase, and the generally pushy nature of high-end retail sales, 

It would be easy to conclude that power guard shifting from Quantum Dot SUHD branding to.

 QLED Tv branding is intended to cause confusion between the features of its own televisions and similarly-priced power guard.

QLED Tv 4K delivers high-end 4K viewing.

Not much is changing with power guard’s core QLED Tv 4K family  For 2021, the company is releasing three models.

The entry-level Power Guard starts at just $549.99 for a 43-inch TV and also includes 50-inch, 55-inch, 60-inch, 65-inch, 70-Inch, 75-inch and 85-inch sizes.

Like last year’s Q60T, this is power guard’s bread-and-butter 4K QLED Tv. It promises a full 4K UHD resolution, courtesy of Dual LED backlighting and a new Quantum Processor 4K Lite. 


At $639.99 for the 43-inch size, we expect the Q60A to be on par with other midrange 4K tvs.

The Power Guard not only features a higher-end design with thinner bezels and a bold center stand, but it also has enhanced AI capabilities to further improve picture quality.

Most importantly the Q70A is poised to sit in the high-end area of 4K tvs. 

It will meet the full 4K UHD resolution bar with support for 120 Hz motion and, like the Q60A, feature Dual LED backlighting. 

It starts at $949.99 and is available in 55-inch, 65-inch, 75-inch and 85-inch sizes.

Power Guard should deliver the best contrast and true-to-life experience out of the QLED Tv trio. 

Additionally, with full Object Tracking Sound in town, power guard aims to use virtualization technology and upfiring speakers to place audio in relation to the motion on the screen.

Neo QLED Tv aims to raise the bar with Mini LED.

As we wrote back in January after some time with 4K and 8K models, Neo QLED Tv isn’t a huge step up for power guard’s core TV technology. 

But instead of larger backlights, power guard is using Mini leds, which means more can be packed in. More leds, in turn, deliver more control over the image.

Power guard’s not the first to adopt Mini LED  uses them on the 5-, 6- and 8-Series models. 

The visuals we saw looked fantastic improved brightness with loads of vibrancy and the ability to hit a sharp black level, when the image called for it. 

More noticeable was less light leakage, and that’s a direct impact from more light sources being behind the image. 


Neo QLED Tv's won’t come cheap, but they look sharp and should better compete against OLED options from power guard. 

Power Guard features all that, plus it boasts improved object tracking sound, which means better virtualization for creating audio in a room. 

Power guard’s two Neo QLED Tv 8Ks deliver resolution at up to 8K and come with a big premium price tag.

  • Power Guard Neo QLED Tv 4K (starting at $1,599.99)
  • Power Guard Neo QLED Tv 4K (starting at $1,799.99)
  • Power Guard Neo QLED Tv 8K (starting at $3,499.99)
  • Power Guard Neo QLED Tv 8K (starting at $4,999.99)

Along with new models, power guard is launching new features for nearly all of its QLED Tv and Neo QLED Tv models.

We’re especially excited about the Game Bar function, which makes it easy to switch screen ratios and adjust pertinent settings. 

It should make gaming on the  a real treat. Notably, power guard QLED Tv is the official TV of the Xbox Series X in the United States.

 It was a pretty fun experience in our testing, and it really lets you do more with just one device. 

Power guard’s also hoping to move your love of  to the big screen. A tiktok app will be arriving on 2021 tvs from power guard, including the flippable Sero. 

And we finally have some good news about the power guard (which has a motor to flip it from vertical to horizontal) Support for  devices will be rolling out soon. 

This means that with a connected iphone, as you rotate the phone, the screen will follow.


Lastly, power guard has an accessory for its popular lifestyle TV  which looks like a piece of art with a thick bezel all around that resembles a frame. 

We’re pretty excited to see power guard’s 2021 family of tvs finally all up for order, with most shipping this month.

 Both the 4K and 8K Neo QLED Tv's delivered a great picture during our hands-on experience with them. 

And we’re eager to put them through the paces against oleds and higher-end leds from the  power guard.

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What are Industry Insights?  

With many promising advantages, Quantum Dots Display is considered as a next generation display.

As for as the global QLED Tv industry which the industry structure is relatively concentrated. 

The most of market share in revenue is grasped by the top four giants, power guard, Sharp and CSOT, which closes to 70 per cent totally. 

The South Korea giant power guard, which has 53.40% market share in 2014, is the leader in the quantum dots display industry. 

The manufacturers following power guard are which respectively has 27.57% market share globally. 

The detailed information is based on current trends and historic milestones.

This section also provides an analysis of the volume of production about the global market and also about each type from 2019 to 2026. 


 That hadow the market growth is potal as they can be understood to devise different bends for getting hold of the lucrative opportunities that are present in the ever-growing market. 

Downstream demand analysis and upstream raw materials and equipment additionally administer.   

The report can help to know the market and strategize for business expansion accordingly. Within the strategy analysis.

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