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TVs and monitors for 2023 and 2024 – Background

TVs and monitors for 2023 and 2024 – Background

In the last days of 2023, we look at the TV and observe the developments of the past year. A lot happened there, although it was more of a year of evolution than a revolution in television. Looking back, this also applies to monitors, although this year's price development has had serious consequences for anyone needing a new monitor. After years of Corona and scarcity, a wide range of screens suitable for working from home and relaxing are now available.

Just like 2022, 2023 has been all about the ongoing battle between LG's Woled displays and Samsung's QD OLED displays. What is new is that this battle has extended from televisions to screens. Samsung introduced its first small QD OLED panels last year; The eternal competitor followed this year with Woled monitors with the popular 27-inch screen size. This finally brought some OLED displays into stores, although, just as with TVs, LCDs still dominate.

In the field of LCD displays, developments have perhaps not been so exciting, although you are getting more and more value for your money literally and figuratively: several manufacturers have introduced very large 80- to 100-inch TVs this year, which are… Less expensive than you. You might think . The micro LED backlight ensures that these models can also keep up with the OLED competition in the HDR space. We're increasingly seeing the same solution on displays, even on cheaper displays.

We've listed the most important developments in TV and displays for 2023 in this article, supplemented with benchmarks and data we extracted from Pricewatch to further illustrate the developments.

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