Monday, October 22, 2018

A TV that’s extra easy on the eyes–in more ways than one

Samsung’s new QLED TV has a stunning new design–plus technology that can help reduce eye strain
/ 05:08 AM July 12, 2017

Samsung product marketing head for AV Jun Guevara and Tessa Prieto-Valdes share a toast to the next generation in TV—the new Samsung QLED TV.

Samsung rolled out the red carpet for the launch of its new QLED TV. Unveiled at the Forbes Park home of its new brand ambassador, Tessa Prieto-Valdes, the new line of QLED TV impressed the crowd with its lifelike imagery, minimalist look and ability to seamlessly blend in the house.

The QLED TV’s revolutionary design can transform the living spaces of tomorrow. With a sleek, all-metal look and barely-there bezel, it naturally blended with Valdes’ interiors, much like a painting would.


“It lets me execute my home design ideas without limitations. I don’t need to worry whether my TV can keep up with how I would customize my home, as it gives me more options to fit however I design my living space,” Valdes said.

Invisible Connection, an optical cable that’s just 1.8 millimeter in diameter, eliminates the messy, tangled wires of the past with one single optical cable connecting all devices through the One Connect Box. Available in five and 15-meter lengths, it allows you to place devices further away so you can use the extra space for your decor.


Blend with the decor

It comes with an optional no-gap wall mount, where the TV is nearly flush against the wall. This allows it to blend it with the decor effortlessly. Or opt for the Gravity Stand, where the TV appears to float over its base. It has a swivel function that enables you to adjust the angle up to 70 degrees. Or the Studio Stand, where it holds the TV like a canvas on an easel. This makes it more convenient to move the TV around from room to room.

This is part of the QStyle, where TV and its installation meet art, said Jun Guevara, Samsung product marketing head for AV. It’s about making TV gorgeous from every angle, debunking the idea that a TV should be a stationary object in the house.

“We’ve come up with a solution so that you can get rid of all the messy cables—put it on a stand or mount it, and all you see is the TV and a barely-there connection,” Guevara said.

These advancements bring consumers the freedom and flexibility to own their personal spaces in every way possible.

“Finally, I found a TV that understands my needs and resolves the usual problems I had with other models,” Valdes said. “What I like most is that the Samsung QLED TV stands out on its own, even when turned off. Its presence truly elevates the look and feel of my home. It’s every designer’s dream come true.”

Blending seamlessly into the designer’s home, the new Samsung QLED TV transforms Tessa Prieto-Valdes’ viewing experience and living space design.

The new line of QLED TV comes with QPicture, state-of-the-art Quantum Dot technology that helps it make colors as life-like as possible. Capable of producing a billion colors at the same time, Guevara said it could express the exact shade it was meant to be with regards to the brightness and contrast levels.


It also comes in a curve display that follows the curve of your eyes and makes you equidistant to every part of the TV, avoiding digital eye strain, as the eyes flicker less, Guevara said.

“It’s also more immersive. The imagery is very alive compared to the flat format,” he added.

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