Friday, 3 February 2012

LG 55 Inch OLED TV

LAS VEGAS--CNET's team of crack technology editors argued long into the Vegas afternoon yesterday, painstakingly honing hundreds of cumulative man- and woman-hours of CES 2012 coverage into 10 category winners and, finally, one product sharp enough to earn Best in Show: the LG 55EM9600.

The winning LG measures just 4mm in depth, "three credit cards thick" as LG's Tim Alessi cooed accepting the award, and boasts a bezel around the screen just 1mm wide. It's basically all gorgeous picture.

According to resource unlike other consumer TV produced company, LG's color design is a four-subpixel arrangement (white, red, green, and blue) with a color filter. according to GR "LG has opted for White OLED (WOLED) as a light source and oxide TFT is the panel text, which replaces Amorphous Silicon with Oxide, which is cheaper. This is all packed into a 4mm thick body.."

LG says the TV uses a proprietary algorithm designed to improve and refine hues and tones when viewed from a wide angle. According to LG, other OLED TVs "exhibit drastic changes in hues from different viewing angles and abnormal color gamut."

The 55-inch LG EM9600 OLED is due to be released in the second half of the 2012, with September as the likely launch month. We all look forward to more details and pricing, everyone believes it is going to be a huge price tag once it is available in the consumer market.

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