TVLogic’s New 4K, UHD/HDR Displays Win Post Picks Honorable Mention Award at 2018 NAB Show

New Models and Features that Extend Company’s Display Lines Acknowledged By Post magazine as ‘Innovative’ and ‘Advanced’


Las Vegas, NV • TVLogic, designer and manufacturer of LCD and OLED High Definition displays, announces today that its new range of 4K, UHD/HDR display solutions have been named as outstanding new products by Post magazine, by earning the publication’s Post Picks Honorable Mention award at the 2018 NAB Show. TVLogic offered show attendees a look at its range of native UHD/4K model displays, additional display sizes that extend its high-end LCD series, and a 55-inch precision OLED monitor.


“Our Post Picks and Honorable Mention awards recognize the most innovative and advanced new products and technologies that we see at NAB each year,” says Linda Romanello, editor-in-chief, Post magazine. “Our team of writers, contributors and working professionals in the post industry walk the trade show floor, searching for the most advanced and coolest new products, solutions and technologies to share with our readers. That’s why these awards are so prestigious — because they are voted on by actual post professionals who intend to use this gear in their day-to-day work. There is no greater endorsement than from the professionals themselves.”


The company’s LUM range of 4K/UHD monitors saw three new model introductions at this year’s show, including the LUM-313G (a 31.1-inch native 4K [4096×2160] monitor with maximum luminance of 350nit and contrast ratio of 1500:1), the LUM-318G (a 31.1-inch true 4K monitor with a native 4K resolution of 4096×2160 and a maximum luminance of 850nit, along with a contrast ratio of 1500:1) and the LUM-430M (a 43-inch true UHD monitor [3840×2160] resolution, with a true 10-bit driver).


On the LCD front, TVLogic’s LVM series included two new models — the LVM-171S (a 16.5-inch high-end LCD with 1920×1080 native resolution, wide-gamut reproduction [up to DCI-P3], enhanced contrast ratio and wide viewing angle), and the new LVM-241S (TVLogic’s top QC-Grade 24-inch model with an IPS LCD panel offering 1920×1200 resolution).


And in its OLED range, TV Logic’s 55-inch LEM-550R is a QC-grade HDR monitor for broadcast and post production with UHD resolution of 3840×2160. The OLED panel can reproduce a peak luminance of up to 750 nits.


“We are truly honored to see that our new display solutions have been recognized as a Post Picks Honorable Mention recipient by Post magazine, one of the industry’s leading media outlets, at this year’s 2018 NAB Show,” says Denny An, Director of Worldwide Sales, TVLogic. “Our displays, which have been designed for editors, colorists, visual effects artists and more, are being used each and every day in post environments for a wide range of projects because they provide a reliable solution featuring advanced technology at an economical price-point.”



About TVLogic

TVLogic designs and manufactures LCD and OLED High Definition displays from 5.5″ to 55″ designed specifically for broadcast, production, post-production, and multi-viewer applications. For further information: .

TVLogic USA Contact:  Mr. Jin Lee

818-885-6442 / Email:



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