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I like how easy to move this model is, thanks to its thicker design, but I'm not the biggest fan of its legs. They're aesthetically pleasing, but they can make it hard to place longer soundbars in front of the set. For that reason, I'd try to wall-mount this model if I bought it. Low input lag and AMD FreeSync built in make it a decent choice for gaming, albeit just as good as the 6-Series above. It does get brighter overall, though, so if you watch in a room with windows, start here first.
We copied one of the best, and the results are just gorgeous. These knobs are Press-Cut, a process where glass is pressed in a mold, and then touched up by design re-cutting. Then they're polished on wheels much like we do to brass, but with different kinds of buffs and compounds. This creates a hand-cut glass design that will be the envy of your friends.
For decades, various technologies have been developed aiming to enhance the energy efficiency of buildings. As a recent example, fluidic windows have been reported which literally enable to wrap buildings into a liquid layer and to transform the building envelope into a thermally active system for energy harvesting, distribution and storage. Elaborating on this concept, we now consider the performance of insulation glass units (IGU) which implement glass-glass capillary panels for liquid circulation. Such devices contain a scalable heat pump that can reversely be operated in active cooling or heating modes. By bridging the insulation panel inside the window, also passive cooling functionality is achieved. Long-term computational performance analysis shows that adequate thermal comfort can be ensured with different window-to-floor size ratios, and for different internal heat gain, for example, caused by differences in room occupation. For a size ratio of 0.4, we demonstrate a competitive seasonal performance factor, i.e., ~6.5 for heating and ~10.9 for cooling. On-device photovoltaic power can cover more than four fifths or the annual electricity consumption of all auxiliary components. For the size ratio of 0.4 in a highly-occupied office room, the device specific primary energy consumption ensuring year-over thermal comfort is as low as ~2.9 kWh/(m2a).
Figure 4. (A) Optical model of triple-glazing IGU according to ISO 9050 (ISO, 2003) and VDI 6007 part 2 (VDI, 2012). (B) Electrical analogy of the window thermal model (see text for details). (C) R-model for thermo-active building component. (D) R-network applied to a thermal window model according to design option C in Figure 2. (E) Beuken-Model for a 3-layer wall structure. 2b1af7f3a8