BOE at CES presented its 8K, Mini LED, BD Cell, BOE iGallery and other display technologies and products and was awarded the 2019-2020 Top 10 CE Brands.
The UHD labels everywhere made 8K a hot spot at this year's CES. At the trade show venue, Hisense, LG, Changhong, Konka and other companies exhibited a series of new TV products that are using BOE's 8K UHD displays.
For example, Hisense's dual-panel LCD TV is featuring BOE's 75-inch 8K BD Cell display. It allows for megapixel-level light control and submillimeter-level brightness adjustment, thus ensuring viewers experience mega high contrast and excellent image quality. Meanwhile, BOE BD Cell display can realize 12 bits color depth, which adds to finer detail in the shades of gray and colors, especially of low-gray-scale images.
Moreover, Lenovo's Yoga 9 series equipped with BOE's 4K HDR display, Acer's low-power ultra-thin laptops with a 144Hz refresh rate, and MECHREVO's laptops with an ultra-high refresh rate of 240Hz.
Mini LED is one of the leading technologies in the display industry. BOE claims its Mini LED solution incorporates ultra-thinness, ultra-high brightness and ultra-high partitioning level. The company's 75-inch 8K Mini LED backlight display features more than 10,000 HDR partitions, 1,500nit brightness, and a dynamic contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1. Another P1.6mm Mini LED tilted display product on glass-based substrate uses the surface treatment solution to achieve pure black, which means even darker low-brightness images and vivid details even in a dark environment.
In CES 2020, Lenovo launched its professional display ThinkVision Creator Extreme, which adopts BOE Mini LED display technology. It has 4K UHD resolution and precise partition control through 1152 partitions, with peak brightness up to 1000 nit. BOE is also set to launch the world's first ever Mini LED display with 1,000 backlight partitions for laptops.
The BOE S3 is BOE's newly-launched IoT-based digital art product which can serve needs for both home gallery and smart living room. Backed by a number of BOE's core display technologies, BOE S3 can give its users the experience of appreciating real paintings. To date, BOE has established partnerships with more than over 200 top art institutions and more than 5,000 artists around the world, so that people can enjoy a large number of artworks in the collections of the world's top art museums without leaving home.