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Display maker TCL says it’s earned Eyesafe Display Certification for Low Blue Light and Color Performance, which means its screens could be a bit easier on our eyes when it comes to eye strain.
There’s been growing interest in the effects of extended exposure to blue light, especially as TV makers continue to produce bigger and brighter displays. Earlier this year, Samsung announced it had earned “eye safety” certification from Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker (VDE) in Germany. Eyesafe says its standard helps guard against the harshest regions of blue light while ensuring high picture quality is maintained.
“Announcing that our devices and panels will now meet the best-in-class Eyesafe Display Certification sends an important message to our supply chain partners. This is a very momentous day for our company, and it marks a major achievement by our engineering and products teams,” TCL founder and Chairman Li Dongsheng said in a press release.
And while TCL is certainly well-known for its aggressively priced TVs, the certification also applies to its other displays, like laptop screens and computer monitors. So if you’re looking for a display rated for low blue light emission, keep an eye out for Eyesafe’s certification (shown below).
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