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Exclamation New Sony OLED-TV

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MY wife told me about this about 2-3 years ago, and I saw a prototype then. I can't believe it took this long to get to market. The picture was incredible..

SONY TAKES CENTER STAGE AT CES WITH INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS AND STRATEGIC BUSINESS ALLIANCES

LAS VEGAS(CES Booth #14200), Jan. 6, 2008 –Sony rolled out new products, technologies and business relationships here on the eve of the Consumer Electronics Show. From razor-flat television technology to innovative audio, mobile and IT products, the company demonstrated its leadership across several major product categories.
Key alliances were announced at a press conference, where company executives highlighted three new exhibit areas: HDNA (high-definition), mobility and creativity.
The company took the wraps off the first
Other major announcements included additions to the company’s Digital Media Extender (DMeX) technology
Organic Light Emitting Diode television in the United States. About the thickness of three credit cards, the new OLED-TV (model XEL-1) offers picture quality with high contrast of 1,000,000:1, outstanding brightness, exceptional color reproduction, and a rapid response time., for clip-on BRAVIA® TV models, a line of high-definition Handycam® camcorders, a new a (Alpha) DSLR-A200 digital camera, a VAIO® Home Theater PC, and the innovative Rolly™ entertainment device with its unique combination of robotic and digital audio technologies.
“Sony continues to reinforce its standing as number one in the consumer electronics industry,” said
Sony Electronics President and Chief Operating Officer Stan Glasgow. “We are accomplishing this by offering products and technologies that show our innovation, as well as the ability to deliver the best customer experience.”

Holy crap!! Check out the price on this baby!
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yea its only 11 inch, wait till the SED tv's come out, built from the cathrayde tube technolgy and its a flat panel, cheaper prices for bigger screen
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That one is only eleven inches, but other models are in the 50" inch range. Those are beng shown at the trade show..

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