Spoločnosť TCL is no newcomer to the technology market. However, he does not have such extensive experience in the monitor segment. Apparently they are pursuing a portfolio diversification strategy and presenting their new one 34 " frequency model 165 Hz and extreme bending R1000.
Enter the world of monitors
Chinese company TCL China Star Optoelectronics Technology has introduced its new product to the world. It mentions a 34 ″ monitor. The company went through many difficulties in the production of this monitor. This is mainly due to the fact that TCL introduced us to the world's first monitor with extreme curvature R1000.
This bend is greater than in the case of the already used bend R1500. Logically, the greater the bend, the stronger the bending glass. TCL has dealt with this problem by optimized backlight design. This reduced the stress on the glass and evenly balanced its bending.
There were more problems
However, the problems did not end there. Another obstacle was the fact that what it is bigger bend image, the greater its impact on its quality. It is also more difficult to adjust the image.
In an effort to prevent the occurrence of an abnormal image, TCL has produced a targeted design on the leveling film. With this step, it overcame the difference in curvature between the lower and upper base plate.
However, the display successfully passed the reliability test and verification of mass production. This ultimately means that it can be mass-produced.
The exceptional monitor from the TCL workshop has the size of the mentioned ones 34 " with extreme bend R1000. There is also a high refresh rate up to 165 Hz. Its aspect ratio is 21: 9. It also has great resolution 3 x 440 pixels.
Still in June this year, TCL is said to have taken a very important step in R1000 products. QHD R1000 panel with size 27 ", successfully sent to technology giant Samsung. In addition to the aforementioned 37 ″ monitor, TCL is trying to bring R1000 panels in size 49 " and other sizes. Arrival 34 ″ monitor is expected by the end this month, as it allegedly successfully delivered a monitor to Samsung.