Best of TV LEDs Right from CES2017 – Future of Television

The CES2017 is all about technology and future of technology. The current CES2017 technology expo is going on in Las Vegas where top gadgets manufacturing companies displaying their future products.

After marking huge standard in manufacturing smartphones, cars and virtual reality devices, the technology has turned its face towards TVs. Currently the LEDs are most modern technology in which TVs are formed.

The top TV manufacturing brands has arranged a parade of televisions which are all depicting fictitious enhanced technology and competing each other.

Here are the Top Launches for LED TVs at the CES 2017:



Sony just announced a jaw-dropping Bravia 4K OLED TV with Dolby Vision HRD. It has a unique way of producing sound. Instead of the usual soundbar or speakers which are the way slim TVs give out their sound, the AE1 forms vibration in the TV panel to project the sound.


The high-tech quality brand has launched its new line of QLED TV’s and they are a sight to behold. The models include a flat Q9F, curved Q8C and the Q7. The new range is going to be available in 55, 65, 75 and 88 inches.


The Quantum dot material used in the production makes these sets have the brightest screens ever, provides better viewing angles and an improved contrast.

  1. LG W7

The rival South Korean company, LG was not to be left behind. Following Sony and Samsung, LG also launched its own OLED W7 4K HDR super thin TV which will blow any tech lover’s mind.


Technology enthusiasts have started calling it wall art instead. As thick as your house key, the LG TV is the lightest you’ll come across and can be peeled away from the wall due to high levels of flexibility, how cool is that?



This gaming monitor might not look special but trust us it definitely is! Acer’s new 30-inch Predator Z30ICT has a built-in eye tracking technology which allows gamers to use their eyeballs as a controller. Players wait to try out Assassins Creeds on this awesome monitor.



The launch of OLED TV EZ1000 has put Panasonic back into the game competing against the other giants in the industry. This is the second OLED TV from the brand, and the first truly HDR TV. It can achieve up to 800 nits of brightness.


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