Moving right along, we're now at the Q70 Series...
What's awesome about this TV is that, like the amazing TVs above it, it also has full-array backlighting, which is super important.
I know... this is starting to sound technical, so let's quickly make it super clear...
Full-array backlighting versus edge-lighting... What does that mean, and why should you care?
To understand it, imagine looking at a TV screen and on it is a dark night sky with a bright white moon in the center.
With full-array backlighting, you'll see the moon, and you won't see any light bleed or glow around it. So it will look SUPER crisp.
But with edge-lighting, you will see a glow around the moon, when you aren't supposed to, because the light from the moon bleeds into the black areas of the screen.
If you're watching something like Game of Thrones, for instance, and it's a really dark scene, this TV will allow you to more clearly see everything as compared to the TV below it and any other TVs that are edge-lit, because the dark areas will remain dark, and the light areas won't bleed into them.
Simple? Kind of...
If it's still confusing, and you're old enough to remember Light Bright, think about it like this:
This TV, like Light Bright, is lit from the back. Each dot on the TV is individually lit, and when it's not lit, it's completely black.
Edge lit, on the other hand, means that the edges of the TV are where the light originates, and the edges are always lit, so, long story short, it means less control and more bleeding.
So imagine the dark night sky with the bright white moon again...
Because the edge lit screen has to shine light from the edges, the light passes behind the dark night sky to get to the image of the moon, and because of that, the dark night sky isn't as deep and dark as it is with a full array screen.
Full array ROCKS, and this TV (the Q70) is full array, so it ROCKS as a result.