The media launch which took place at The George Hotel, Ikoyi, Lagos saw the brand showcase amazing, fresh and innovative improvements on the previous model, the QLED 2017. These include; the One Connection –a new ‘Invisible Connection’, or a single super-thin cable that will be hard to spot. The main cable and nest of HDMI cables will go into the standard, separate connection box, and then a single, barely noticeable cable connects them to the TV, leaving the TV area clutter free and tidy. This is the first time such a thin cable has handled both data and power duties.
Another novel addition to the QLED TV 2018 is the ambient mode feature which is also a first in the QLED series, providing useful information throughout the day – even when consumers aren’t actively watching the TV. Most interesting about this feature is the fact that the QLED can double as a piece of art in the living room or blend into the wall. “The QLED when wall-mounted and on Ambient Mode can mimic the pattern on the wall behind the TV to create an astonishing visual effect in which the TV blends seamlessly into the wall. QLED TVs can hide in plain sight. If you are not watching TV, you won’t see a TV,” Mr. Olakotan added.
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“The QLED 2018 is voice operated and can be easily synched with any device in the home powered by internet connectivity. With this feature, users can dim the light, turn off the washing machine and regulate the AC all from the comfort of their couch,” Mr. Olakotan concluded.
Don’t feel like mounting your QLED 2018 on the wall? That’s okay. Samsung Electronics anticipated that and created a Gravity and Studio stand specially designed to aesthetically enhance any room.
With the QLED 2018, Samsung Electronics offers a next generation experience giving consumers the best possible picture quality, infinite design and the closest human eye view any device has to offer. The TV comes in 55, 65 and 75 inches with a curved screen option and is now available at Samsung outlets throughout West Africa.