What's Hawt: LG will present its latest flat screen television at the CES 2012 convention. The OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) TV is 55 inches in size, making it the largest in its category.
Screw the tv, how much does she cost /trollface serious note; awesome tv, looking good how technology is coming along these days.
Wonder how much this will cost?
When its less than $2500 and they have a 60"+ version. I will be ready. For now my 58" Panny S2 will do fine. Hell this may drive down the price of the current champ the VT30...
these have great picture quality. So upset that OLED tvs are nowhere near affordable to the avarage customer
a while ago a 15" OLED screens cost around 2K£, i will not be surprised if this costs around 20K£...
I've owned two phones with AMOLED displays. I can't friggen wait for TVs and screens with that that kind of contrast ratio. Dat black level
Now imagine that kind of quality in 3D? can anyone say 4K
OLED + 4k = Win Sadly I would have to take out a loan for it.
This or the bose wave tv? One has brilliant Pictures while the other has the best Sound system known to man.
This, and a 84" LED TV: LG, you're doing it right. I'd say "just take my money" if I had enough to get one of these... but I dont think they'll be exactly cheap, or, at least, affordable.
The OLED tech is designed to greatly fall in prices as the tech becomes more widely used. This tech can and will evolve more than LCD tech did. I dont expect these to be expensive for as long as LCDs were(ARE)
You right. But we all know that new technologies are designed to sell at high prices because they're "new and innovative", even if they cost a penny to produce.
Oh but I do expect initial "gouging" to occur.lol I am just saying for folks to stay positive. OLED wasnt created to be an "aspirational" technology like many before. It was created so that more people could get quality,low power use monitors and screens. Unfortunately the tech needs early adopters /beta testers/extended research funding/fresh tech loving chumps like me to show up first.=D It sucks but this tech WILL take off. Bookmark my post.
That is a sharp looking TV but seriously, as the guy above said when will the AMOLED screen be coming out. One thing that I've noticed in TVS thats disturbing to me is the motion in them. Anyone else notice that movies look...just plain weird now on some TVs?
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