Discussion in 'Hardware' started by ComputerKing, 29 Apr 2009.
Does any one have any clue about how much those LCDs will cost?
well here is sony's 11" OLED tv aparently there is going to be a 27"
11" ? isn't that too small ? and 2.5K ? This is a joke for sure ?
The Sony 11" OLED Retails for around £5,000. The 27" They are bringing in will be around £10,000.
The Picture is mind blowing, but its a tricky thing to make, hence high prices.
yes well the only thing it has on its side is that it is 3mm thick and that it produces the best picture quality in the world
even I'm not going to pay 5K pound for 11 inch.. LOL!
I say $2.5k as in the link above, acording to you i just found a bargin what a price reduction lol
They were retailing for £5,000 at the Gadget Show Live event, i think they have to be imported however.
Samsung announced a 23" OLED for 2010
and Panasonic and Toshiba want to introduce 37" OLEDs
But no prices mentioned yet (of course...)
Not too far off what (SD!) LCD TV's were when they first came out...
Give it 5 years and they will be the same size and price as current LCDs
In the mean time I will go for another 22" LCD
i think that oled screens will replace the monitors we have know as the picture quality is so good i have actualy seen one and the picture is better than you could ever imagine
but price man like the guys said give it 5 - 10 years and we will all have them
actual come to thinck of it in 10 years time we will all have 3D OLED screens
now that is ausme just thinking about
In 5 Years we will have 3D.... Companies are running with the Pulsing Lense system, Sony are techdemoing PS3 Games using it (Maybe not a coincidence the have a 200Hz Line...?) And nVidia's 3DVision is really well done.
OLED and 3D are going to revolutionise The Video side of A/V.
I doubt it. We were supposed to have flying cars and have people walking on Mars by now too.
plasma displays were stupid amounts of money when first introduced. bide your time.
Yet Good 3D is already available...... And its fairly affordable as it is now.
I can't wait for these displays, the reason they are so good is that the pixels them selves create the light, rather than being flooded with back light from the rear like LCD's. This makes for unbelievable contrast and really dark black levels. I'm sure I've seen some coverage of some 32" Samsung OLED panels at either CeBit or CES.
I think that 3d will always be a niche outside of gaming and maybe film circles as there as few other practical uses for it. That means that prices for 3d gear will remain high as the dumb consumers with all the money won't be pumping their money in the R+D.
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