Tag: OLED-TV

  • Haier Transparent OLED TV showed off at CES

    Haier Transparent OLED TV showed off at CES

    Given the recent arrival of 55-inch OLED TVs at CES, the sound of 22-inch TV set might not catch your attention at first. But what if I told you that you can actually see through it? Haier first surprised us with its 40-inch wide Evoke 3D Soundbar and is now showing off its organic transparent…

  • Samsung 55-inch Super OLED TV announced

    Samsung 55-inch Super OLED TV announced

    Just as we expected earlier, this year’s CES is going to witness the next big thing in entertainment technology. After LG unveiled their 55-inch OLED baby, Samsung is following the suit by announcing its very 55-inch Super OLED. The TV is designed to give the owners “true to life” picture quality in both 2D and…

  • LG 55 inch OLED HDTV showcased

    LG 55 inch OLED HDTV showcased

    At a press conference before the CES, LG showed us the future of television, a 55 inch OLED HDTV which is just 4mm thick, to put in perspective the iPhone 4S is 9.3mm thick. Last year it was all about 3D TV’s and this year it will be the super crisp OLED TV’s. Weighing in…

  • LG 55” OLED TV with 4-Color Pixels to hit store shelves by the end of 2012

    LG 55” OLED TV with 4-Color Pixels to hit store shelves by the end of 2012

    With the New Year, LG has brought along hints of a new OLED TV release, scheduled to show up somewhere in the fourth quarter of the year. Now, if you’re one to believe in the Mayan stone-calendar theory, you probably wouldn’t be too enthusiastic about this, though we simply couldn’t resist blabbering about this new…

  • LG to release 55-inch OLED screen by 2012

    LG to release 55-inch OLED screen by 2012

    Weary from having small-sized OLED screens doping the rounds in world markets, LG has decided to go huge with OLED technology. And when we say big, we mean 55-inches large! Soon, the company will roll out big-screened organically-powered panels, probably by mid-2012. The 55-inch HDTV follows the Korean manufacturer’s 31-inch release last year. And we’ve…

  • Sony Trimaster OLED monitors announced

    Sony Trimaster OLED monitors announced

    Sony Japan has taken the wraps off the Trimaster series of professional OLED monitors. To be made available in 17 and 25 inches they are targeted at the video and broadcasting industry. Encased in a shiny aluminium body these babies pack in a newly developed DIGIC processor which delivers homogeneous color representation on the entire…

  • Impressive OLED 3D TV Demo by Sony Enthralls Spectators at CES 2011

    Impressive OLED 3D TV Demo by Sony Enthralls Spectators at CES 2011

    At this year’s CES in Las Vegas, Sony managed to get tech buffs all excited about its upcoming line of 3D HDTV sans use of any glasses. Teaser videos or mockup isn’t really their way of planting the anxiety seeds. People at the event got a chance of seeing the 3D OLED TV in real…

  • Samsung prints out a 19 inch OLED TV

    Samsung prints out a 19 inch OLED TV

    Samsung has showcased a prototype of a 19 inch OLED TV which was made using a printing method. The TV has a pixel density of 960 x 540 which is almost quarter of full HD, but the active matrix OLED screen was manufactured using an inkjet method. The resolution and luminance of the panel are…

  • Mitsubishi’s modular OLED display to arrive by Sept. 21st

    Mitsubishi’s modular OLED display to arrive by Sept. 21st

    Whenever you have enough room to accommodate a stunning 155-inch OLED display then you’d better settle for this stunning modular display from Mitsubishi. It packs a 8.6 dpi pixel density so you may not be able to salvage the ultimate HD experience on this one. The hope of this display being available in retail stores…

  • LG’s 31 inch OLED TV expected at IFA

    LG’s 31 inch OLED TV expected at IFA

    IFA 2010 will play host to scores of new products and enthusiasts. If you’re an LG fan then you’ve pretty much got their new OLED TV to check out. The 31 inch screen will stand out as the largest from the company thus far. So we have to wait for what’s happening at IFA Berlin…