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Samsung's 23-Inch OLED TV By 2010; Panasonic Working on 37-Inch OLED TV

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I love hearing about OLED's and how bright they are and the fact that they are just so amazing. Samsung has talked about making their own OLED TVs and that they are expected to be on store shelves by 2010. The said TV will have a 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio and DVI / HDMI inputs. This OLED TV from Samsung is also said to be just 1.6 cm and will suck 40% less energy than the standard LCDs. We'll have to see what happens, OLEDs will of course brighten up CES 2010.

Panasonic wasn't going to let Samsung have all of the fun. They have just announced that they are working on a 37-inch OLED TV that will be available in 18-24 months from now. The said OLED TV will have a 50,000 hour life span (20,000 more than the average) and will be just 1-inch thick (a bit thicker than I expected). I love OLEDs and I can't wait for them to become mainstream. I just hope I don't have to wait until 2015 for them to "take off."

[Slash Gear (Panasonic), Engadget (Samsung)]


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