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Skyworth brings the wonder in major US product launch
SKYWORTH held a groundbreaking US product launch at CES 2020, appropriately titled “See the Wonder.” Already a leading TV company in China, SKYWORTH is preparing to launch two new premium TV series globally: The Q91, its first 8K TV available in the US, and the W81, a wallpaper-thin OLED TV. SKYWORTH brought so much more than just TVs to their CES launch. The TVs are just the gateway to SKYWORTH’s smart home powered by Swaiot technology. Keep reading to join SKYWORTH and “see the wonder.”
4K? That’s so last decade
People are constantly moving to crisper, better-looking TV screens, and that’s exactly what SKYWORTH is ready for with the Q91. After all, the Q literally stands for quality. The Q91 is built for consumers who want the absolute highest possible picture quality, and its SKYWORTH’s first-ever 8K unit.
SKYWORTH’s 8K display has four times higher resolution than a 4K TV with image quality that rivals reality at 120fps. The Q91 relies on an IPS LED hard screen that arranges the liquid crystal molecules horizontally for better viewing angles, faster response, and better clarity. An Advanced AI Image Processing Engine also helps to process the picture for deeper contrast, improved clarity, and to improve lower quality pictures closer to 8K.
How big is an 8K television you ask? Well, the Q91 is an absolutely massive 75 inches with a viewing angle of 178 degrees. There’s truly not a bad seat in the house. The Q91 also provides an immersive sound with Dolby Atmos 2.1.2 and a HiFi passive filter with SKYWORTH’s Wonder Audio Sky Echo built into the attached soundbar. The 75-inch Q91 has a launch price of $5,999 so be ready to open your wallet wide.
How thin can you go?
The massive Q91 isn’t the only TV SKYWORTH unveiled at CES 2020. They are also adding the W81 and W81 Pro to the Wonder line, and what a wonder they are. They’re created to be as close to paper-thin as possible, only 4.6 mm thick at the thinnest point. The lower frame features a one-line design with a microphone and AI camera carefully mounted on an illuminated line.
Both the W81 and W81 Pro attach seamlessly to the wall, and the W81 Pro features a 21-inch secondary always-on display with important updates. You can see the time and the weather, as well as control your Swaiot powered smart devices.
SKYWORTH’s W81 series can also pair with the brand-new Swaiot PANEL, a supplementary display that can sync perfectly with the show on TV. The W81 comes in a 65-inch display starting at $3,599 and the W81 Pro will be available in 65 inches and 77 inches. The 65-inch W81 Pro starts at $4,599 and the pricing for the 77-inch display hasn’t been released yet.
Just Swaiot we’re waiting for
All of the new TVs SKYWORTH is launching at CES 2020 are supported by advanced Swaiot technology to connect to your entire smart home. Your whole family can use their voices to command appliances and make your whole house work more efficiently. The voice recognition and language software are supported by TrensAI so the TVs can recognize voices even from distance and respond to each voice differently. You may not be familiar with SKYWORTH, but with powerful new TVs, you soon will be.