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Sony shows off 25-inch OLED

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 22 Feb 2011 0:14 User comments (5)

Sony shows off 25-inch OLED Sony has unveiled two new OLED TVs this week, the largest commercially available to date.
Adding the TVs to the Trimaster EL line, the new 17 and 25-inch OLED TVs will join the original commercial OLED display, Sony's 11-inch version.

OLED TVs offer the best power-efficiency, the deepest blacks, the richest colors, and the thinnest designs.

The latest displays are the first with RGB 10-bit drivers and the standard luminance is 100 cd/m2.

Says Sony (via Tom's):

These new monitors are the next step in professional displays, providing end users with extremely high picture quality. This is breakthrough technology for applications where visual performance and accuracy are paramount, offering an unbeatable combination of image reproduction, color accuracy, reliability and stability.

The 25-inch BVM-E250 will be released in April for around $29,000 and the 17-inch BVM-E170 will hit in June for around $15,000.

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5 user comments

122.2.2011 2:38

$29,000 for a 25-inch screen...and the back sticks out like an old tube TV!

222.2.2011 3:51

DVDBack23, these are not TVs... They are broadcast/mastering monitors which are sold to tv and movie studios...

322.2.2011 14:56

What a scam.

Sony brought out that 11 incher for like 2500 bucks a few years back and this is all they could innovate since then.

F off Sony.........back to the drawing board.

424.2.2011 15:46

Ok i need 3 of each

525.2.2011 23:36

50" & 60" plasmas were around $30k when they first came out

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