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Video Daily: LG to release 15-inch OLED in U.S. soon

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 14 Feb 2010 21:13 User comments (4)

Video Daily: LG to release 15-inch OLED in U.S. soon LG has announced at the Integrated Systems Europe show this week that it will be bringing a 15-inch OLED HDTV to the U.S. market by July.
The display will also be the first mass produced OLED TV to achieve 720p resolution, managing 1366x768. The OLED display will have a contrast ratio of over 1,000,000:1.

It is unclear what the price of the display will be, but it is expected to be between $1800 and $2200.

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4 user comments

114.2.2010 21:54

Yup seems like a waste of money to me.

214.2.2010 22:21

Originally posted by biglo30:
Yup seems like a waste of money to me.
True, plus ITS NOT EVEN 1080P?
Contrast is standard for any LED

314.2.2010 22:28

Originally posted by biglo30:
Yup seems like a waste of money to me.
for now wait a couple of years went new laptop and itouch and stuff comes with oled then the price will go down

414.2.2010 22:49

Quote:
Originally posted by biglo30:
Yup seems like a waste of money to me.
True, plus ITS NOT EVEN 1080P?
Contrast is standard for any LED
OLED contrast ratio is NOT dynamic, which most LED TV makers use, when static is really only 50,000:1 or so

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