Sony show off the OLED 11 inch screen TV

April 12, 2007 by davidallen | 9 Comments
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Sony appear to upping their game these days, it was not that long ago when to mention the name Sony was normally follwed by a laugh or two, but it has to be said that recently they have been coming out with some really cool stuff and the OLED TV’s are no exception, due to go into production very soon the organic light emitting diode televisions are likely to set the TV marketplace alight, not literly of course we do not really want to bring up the subject of batteries now do we?

The OLED TV’s have designs for the normal selection of sizes, yet it will be the eleven inch screen version that will be the launch pad for this technology.

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The profile shot shows just how slim this OLED TV is, and it also looks fragile which could be a bit of downside to these televisions, because despite how good they look and how fantastically clear and bright the picture is, what happens when the cat walks behind the TV, brushes up against it and the TV falls over onto the screen? Maybe I am just paranoid.

Some features of the OLED system:

Source [Engadget]

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9 Comments so far

  1. Simon on April 18, 2007 12:37

    How on earth can it be “Capable of Full HD 1080p” when it ‘only’ has a resolution of 600 pixels???

    Looks sexy, though.

  2. Mr Anderson on June 11, 2007 20:30

    thats right high definition doesn’t begin untill you hit atleast 720

  3. metakim on June 18, 2007 23:28

    it would look cooler in black like still cool tho

  4. Steelshark on July 2, 2007 08:55

    it’s really ugly O_O, the giant indent looks like a big mouth, and it’s really distracting, they should have put really good quality speakers there instead of a big empty space

  5. Marcão on July 22, 2007 20:26

    The technology involved in it is fascinating, but it
    really is very damm ugly.
    Sony is disapointing a lot lately.

  6. mecklia on August 2, 2007 21:31

    The advantage isn’t just with premium screens but in cheap disposable technology where you can “print” OLED displayes onto other things.

    It will be ironic if OLED is priced high because in the end, it will be much much cheaper than conventional LED or display tube technology which requires a large amount of material as well as non-renewable resources to create.

  7. Prikol`niy Chel on September 13, 2007 15:53

    Приколный телек, тонкий и достаточно эргономичный, мне понравился. С разрешением я тож думаю будет не очень, но это свойственно подобным устройствам! За эти деньги ЦРТ будет показывать как зеркало! А здесь увы – отсосите! Но тут и привлекает другое!!! Клёвый короче агрегатик!

  8. cleo on November 16, 2007 18:02

    hey! i love this!!!!!!!!! im in science class now..but i love it still

    xoxo cleo

  9. Jose on June 29, 2008 16:42

    Hello all,

    Like which one of your view about electronics gadgets that contained the hazardous material. “Guide to Greener Electronics” that has in wrote by Greenpeace site.

    They wrote about the ranking where Sony and Sony Ericsson are great of the class.

    I think this was the matter that was good for product Sony and Sony Ericsson.

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