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LG 15-inch OLED TV coming in December

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 07 Aug 2009 18:07 User comments (5)

LG 15-inch OLED TV coming in December LG has noted that their upcoming 15-inch OLED TV will hit store shelves by December, as it is currently in production, says OLED-Display.
LG's OLED Sales and Marketing VP, Won Kim, added that the TV went into production in July and the TV will hit Korea in December followed by a global launch.

The company says the TV will have a 30,000 hour lifespan, and will have a bigger resolution than Sony's XEL-1, which has a 960x540 resolution.

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5 user comments

17.8.2009 20:16

And you get it all for just $2500 (Direct from Sony):
http://www.sonystyle.com/webapp/wcs/stor...552921665327724

However, it is new technology and it will come down in price (and probably up in size/resolution) in the future.

EDIT: I just noticed the article is about the LG OLED, not the Sony one. Open mouth...insert foot. :P

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 07 Aug 2009 @ 20:18

27.8.2009 22:58

Sorry but a 15 inch TV should not cost more than 200$..... No matter what is in it.....

38.8.2009 0:27

Originally posted by ZippyDSM:
Sorry but a 15 inch TV should not cost more than 200$..... No matter what is in it.....
$200? You can get a nice 22" for that kind of money! OLED might save electricity, but I doubt that it can save enough electricity in 30,000 hours to justify the cost.

48.8.2009 2:20

Quote:
Originally posted by ZippyDSM:
Sorry but a 15 inch TV should not cost more than 200$..... No matter what is in it.....
$200? You can get a nice 22" for that kind of money! OLED might save electricity, but I doubt that it can save enough electricity in 30,000 hours to justify the cost.
I know A 10inch is 90-150 a 15 inch is 90-200 a 22-24 inch is 130-250.
0-o

the fck...why are people holding onto high prices for the smaller screens....

I am gunning for a 32inch in the 400-500 range 1080p HDTV, would make a great monitor!.
This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 08 Aug 2009 @ 3:06

58.8.2009 13:45

I got my nice little 19" Sharp for $230 about a year and a half ago...

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