Apparently, the market 8K TV She has some pretty big obstacles ahead of her. More specifically, the . file European Union They have set some very ambitious goals for energy efficiency, and a desire to reduce the overall energy consumption of their countries, to protect the environment.
In particular, the 2023 Energy Efficiency Index (EEI), which is expected to come into effect from March 2023, will require new 4K and 8K TVs to consume significantly less electricity. In particular, the new frontier seems very limited, since a 40-inch TV will be able to consume up to 48 watts. At the other extreme, huge 88-inch TVs max out at 178 watts.
As the 8K Association explains, they The new rules are virtually ‘untouchable’ for 8K models. Therefore, if the EU does not review, then from March 2023 manufacturers will face very dangerous models, to the point where new ones may stop altogether!
Through it his official site8K Association explains:
Unless something changes, March 2023 will cause problems for the growing 8K industry due to the relevant EU decision, when new energy consumption regulations come into force. The consumption limits for 8K TVs and monitors based on microLED technology are set so low that virtually none of these devices will be able to gain approval. This means that it will not be sold in European Union countries. Doing so will have huge implications for all of the “players” developing the 8K ecosystem, including consumers, whose access to new devices and innovations will be limited.
At this point, it is worth noting that at the end of the year, the European Union is expected to review the 2023 Energy Efficiency Index (EEI), so there may be one last hope.
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