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LG confirms release of 15” OLED TV


January 6, 2010

LG's OLED TV on display at CES 2010

LG's OLED TV on display at CES 2010

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There are few technologies more hotly anticipated in the TV/display market than OLED, but sadly we’re still a way off replacing our 50” plasmas with these wafer-thin low-power alternatives. Affordability is the main issue, and so far Sony has been one of few to have an early crack at the market with its US$2500 11” XEL-1.

Another contender, LG, has been touting its 15” ‘monster’ since last summer and following a set of specs and further details released in September , it has finally been launched, albeit only in Korea for the time being.

It’s only being called ‘OLED TV’ from what we can see, but will have a similar price point to Sony at US$2500, which considering the extra screen space seems fairly reasonable.

Check out the short video clip below to see OLED TV in the flesh.

Via Oled-info

1 Comment

Did you notice they used a different hammer (smaller and lighter), on the flexible screen? The hitting sound could have been dubbed on. An impressive screen , never-the-less. My, question is, why would you need a flexible screen?

13th January, 2010 @ 05:07 am PST
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