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LG OLED TVs comes with TÜV Rheinland Eye Comfort Display certification

Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, most are forced to stay at home for longer periods. This situation resulted in people being glued to the screens of their devices. A lot are also binge-watching Netflix shows and movies on their televisions.
LG OLED TVs comes with TÜV Rheinland Eye Comfort Display certification
TÜV Rheinland Eye Comfort Display-ready TVs

While staying at home and enjoying TV shows could keep us safe from the virus, the risk for eye strain or other ocular complications has risen.

This is due to longer exposure to blue light which can damage the light-sensitive cells in the retina.

To lessen eye strain from prolonged use of screens, it would be better if your TV has eye comfort certification.

OLED TVs that are safe for bing-watching

Fortunately, LG boasts that its OLED TV line comes with the 2019 Eye Comfort Display certification from TÜV Rheinland, a global leader in independent inspection services.

LG said that the company's OLED TVs have three qualifications for eye-comfort standards.

It includes 
blue light content, flicker, and high-quality imaging.

Most LED LCD TVs in the market today emit as much as 64 percent blue light which is very dangerous. The inspection service found that light produced by LG Display's 65-inch OLED panels consists of 34 percent blue light, which is significantly lower than the 50 percent threshold. While the highest spec 65-inch LCD panels produce 64 percent blue light, LG's OLED panels emit only half that amount. These findings are important because anything above 50 percent is very dangerous to eyes, especially with prolonged exposure.

For more info about LG OLED TVs, visit this link.
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