Buy the Latest Televisions Online in Kenya
Buy the best TVs online in Kenya at PricePoint. We have great deals on OLED TVs, QLED TVs, Ultra HD 4K TVs, 8K TVs, Full HD TVs, HD TVs, Projectors, Media Players, streaming devices, and more. Many of the latest smart TVs feature technology that delivers vibrant color palettes, sharper, clearer displays for videos, and immersive sound quality. Regardless of screen size, price range, or brand preference, whether you’re streaming movies or watching the big game, PricePoint has the right TV for you.
OLED vs QLED TVs – what’s the difference?
With OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode), every pixel is a tiny, super-thin LED light that produces its own light; switching on and off as needed without relying on a backlight. QLED (Quantum Light-Emitting Diode) use tiny quantum dots to magnify brightness and colour, using a backlight made up of LEDs. QLEDs are similar to regular LED TVs, but you’ll find the picture quality to be enhanced.
- Contrast – OLED: it can go completely black for the ultimate viewing experience
- Brightness – QLED: they use separate, incredibly bright LED backlights
- Colour – Both: the quantum dots in QLED deliver exceptional colour, with OLED offering better colours at higher brightness levels
- Gaming – OLED: superior for response time and refresh rate
- Viewing angle – OLED: you won’t lose resolution if you end up with the side angle chair
- Size & Price – QLED: the technology is less expensive, so larger TVs are more affordable
LCD & LED – what’s the difference?
You’ll see that many of the 4K smart TVs say they’re either LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) or LED (Light Emitting Diodes). The main difference between the two is that LCD uses fluorescent lights, whereas LED uses light-emitting diodes.
With LCD TV screens, the liquid crystals control the light that passes through them, creating different levels of colour and brightness to become the picture on the screen. It’s interesting to note that most LED TVs have an LCD display! As the liquid crystals don’t produce light, they need a backlight – a heap of LEDs. So technically, an LED TV is an LCD TV.
The exceptions are with QLED TVs, and OLED TVs in that QLED uses an LED backlight with quantum dots, and OLED’s don’t have any backlights. The easiest way to remember the difference is that if a TV says it’s LCD, it has a backlight that isn’t an LED backlight but an older style fluorescent backlight. If you’re looking for the latest technology when buying a TV, it’s recommended to aim for at least a 4K LED TV.
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