Who is still selling NANO, at reducing prices... There was an agreement with LG to use Nanofilm in their LG SUPER UHD TV range, with DOW to do the manufacturing, but it’s unclear whether this is still the case for these well priced new TVs which do give a spectacular, vivid colour, very high resolution screen - which can be seen on display in Costco at least.
Who is still selling NANO, at reducing prices... LG now have a range of Super UHD TVs with nano cell technology, their trade mark. Quality looks good, with prices competitive. Anyone know if NANO film or technology is employed?
Good News soon? Just been to Costco; several large super UHD screen TVs on sale for LG brand, which I recall planned to use NANO film technology. Exceptionally high colour & resolution through “nano cell” quantum technology at about £1,000 for a 65 inch screen. Is this NANOCO related?
Daily mail share tip, Midas Already hold NANOCO shares… but been a long wait for their nanodot film to be used in the main LCD production line for next generation smart TVs at prices lower than OLED & QLED based offerings. I see this changing in next 18 months at most.
Daily mail share tip, Midas This is Money – 2 Feb 19 MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Reach for sky-high profits...from a growth industry How often do you see something online, buy it and then find out the colour is quite different from what you saw on screen? Nanoco Group has worked out how to solve the problem.
Nanoco and plessey partner to shrink full colour microled using Nanoco QD technolgy more details on the Plessey deal [link]
Nanoco and plessey partner to shrink full colour microled using Nanoco QD technolgy [link]
IC tipping Nano again Sales should increase soon… thinking we have been waiting more on the TV systems integration, software and beta testing for the last few months now. The end result should be pretty spectacular with 4K (Ultra HD) resolution, Android OS, wireless Internet, etc. at affordable prices c/w top end oLED & Samsung QLED screen versions. Expect quite a variety of screen sizes, especially large, from many suppliers very soon now. How much revenue will flow to Nanoco is uncertain, but these TVs should be very popular and be the new baseline world-wide…
IC tipping Nano again Investors Chronicle says that although Nano has repeatedly made predictions it has failed to meet it should now be given the benefit of the doubt, and revenue should be multiplying shortly as commercial sailes actually begin to kick in. Highly speculative, they say. Just how I like 'em!
Good News soon? Only two weeks to end Q2 now, so news from NANO due soon… suspect slippage into Q3 as software integration & testing is taking longer - but best to be released when all is fully tested and fit for purpose, not full of bugs… can’t be long now though…
Nano CEO Quits blah blah to fill out the line ridiculous OMG, HPC, you are right and I was mistaken. Thanks for the correction!
Nano CEO Quits blah blah to fill out the line ridiculous It’s the Chief Operating Office who is leaving, I guess because he has a better offer to go elsewhere… far more replaceable than the CEO, possibly through internal promotions.
Self-illuminating pixels for a new display generation I wonder if there is a tie-up here with Merck? Interesting all the same and hypes Cad. free.[link]
Re: Director Sell RNS According to BeingTheBanker on LSE it's part of a commitment he's made to charity and so doesn't reflect on the prospects of the company.
Re: Director Sell RNS Sorry I realise you were using the £ value, I was thinking no. of shares ... my bad.