LG to unveil 55-inch OLED TV at CES


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Every 10-13 January at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is the place to be for consumer electronics companies to unveil their upcoming products for the year. This year LG Electronics plans to show the world's largest OLED TV - a 55-inch display that's just 4 mm thin and weighs a mere 7.5 kg.

The new High Definition Television (HDTV) uses advanced OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) technology with "4-Color Pixels and Color Refiner" features that generate natural, accurate colors without jaggies and other imperfections. With the 4-Color Pixels feature, each pixel uses a set of four colors - red, green, blue and white - which expands on the common RGB (red, green, blue) setup.

According to LG, the TV is also 1,000 times faster than the normal LED / LCD tv displays.

The advantages of an OLED television are:

  • Light weight & flexible plastic substrates
  • Wider viewing angles & improved brightness
  • Better power efficiency
  • Faster response time

The Korean consumer electronics manufacturer will also unveil its 84-inch Ultra Definition set, which has 8 million pixels at CES.


Anonymous said...

Wow, quality looks insane on that. Those parrots look like they're popping right out of the frame.

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