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HDR10 vs HDR10+ vs Dolby Vision: Which is best?

  HDR10 vs HDR10+ vs Dolby Vision: Which is best? So, last time we discussed the different display types in televisions currently being employed and how you could choose the perfect one according to your need and budget. And today we're here to discuss another important feature which you should look for before buying a new television. In the past few years, the television or technology behind television improved drastically from old CRT televisions to LCD televisions and then modern-day LED televisions, a lot has been changed throughout the years, especially in the picture quality and a TV feature which makes the images and videos more appealing and life-like on your TVs is 'HDR'. And today we're going to discuss:- What is HDR? How does HDR work? And, different types of HDR formats/standards. But before we go ahead  If you like the content that I produce, don't forget to follow the blog for awesome content like this, and do follow techanalysia on  Twitter  and pre

LED vs QLED vs OLED: Which TV you should buy?

      If you are buying a new TV or planning to buy one soon, the search for a new TV may end up jarring to you with all these technical terms like the resolution of tv, refresh rate, type of display (LED TV, QLED TV, and OLED TV) floating in the market. These marketing terms for TVs like LED, OLED, and QLED are some major display technology that you'll find in almost every commercial TV available in the market right now. And today we're going to talk about these three types of display tech you'll find in almost every TV right now. So these three major TV displays LED, QLED, and OLED has their own pros and cons. In this article, we'll look at what these display techs are and their advantages & disadvantages and I hope that this article will help you to find your perfect TV according to your budget and preference. LED vs QLED vs OLED TVs: Which is better and which TV you should buy? But before we dive into LED, QLED, and OLED display technologies we must know the bas

Computex 2021: Intel announces new 11th Gen mobile CPUs

  Intel's new 11th Gen U-series mobile CPUs We all know that this year's Computex 2021 is going on in Taiwan. Here Intel announced two new 11th Gen mobile CPUs in their existing U-series low voltage chipset lineup especially designed for thin and light portable notebooks/laptops. And we also know that in May'21 this year Intel launched its 11th Gen Tiger Lake H-series processors which are meant for powerful performance and gaming laptops . And If you end up finding this article informative and helpful then forget to share it with your family and friends, also don't forget to follow the official Twitter handle of techanalysia and do press the bell icon on it to get all the latest updates from gadget and tech world.  The two newly introduced Intel U-series CPUs are 'Intel Core i7-1195G7 and Intel Core-i5-1155G7'. Both new 11th gen mobile processors are configured in a four-core/eight-thread manner and will operate in the 12W to 28W power range. The new Intel C