QD Vision And Hisense Announce Energy Efficiency Initiative
China's largest home appliances producer to reduce energy consumption in displays using quantum dots
Quantum dot company QD Vision and Hisense, China's largest home appliances producer, have announced a joint initiative to reduce energy consumption in displays.
"As a sustainable chemistry company, QD Vision is committed to bringing wide colour gamut technology to the mainstream while reducing energy consumption," said John Volkmann, CMO of QD Vision. "It is a rare innovation that combines both a noticeable improvement in performance with a reduction in energy consumption, but that's exactly what Color IQ quantum dots can do."
The first curved quantum dot TV with Color IQ technology, the Hisense K7100 series, has been widely acclaimed since it was launched last June. Jianwei Cao, vice general manager, Hisense Electric Company said, "The winning secrets of the K7100 series are bringing the world's cutting-edge colour performance to the everyday consumer, and reaching new benchmarks of TV energy-savings at the same time."
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