LG reveals super skinny 55-inch OLED TV at CES

By Leeky
Jan 9, 2012
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  1. The undisputed highlight of LG's CES press conference was the unveiling of its new TV, the world’s first 55-incher to feature an organic light emitting diode (OLED) display. LG says the TV…

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  2. This has literally been in my dreams since I first heard about this technology back in 2001!! And now it's coming true, I am speechless!!!
  3. herpaderp

    herpaderp TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 159

    But you sure are eager to type, eh.....
  4. I never liked skinny TV because it did not give me the same feeling like the old tube TV did.
    It's about stepping inside the "tube" to socialize.
  5. hopefully with OLED TVs proliferating, we'll be able to quickly move beyond 1080p into 4k x 4k resolution; now that's what I want to see!!
  6. Burty117

    Burty117 TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 2,365   +261

    A Fridge that can give me meal ideas based on what is inside? Now that is an idea that I would very much like to see in action.
  7. mosu

    mosu TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 290

    If they did a 55 inch OLED tv, why on earth are not making laptops and tablets whit OLED or SuperAMOLED?
  8. I concur, 1080p is getting to much clout because most people don't understand resolutions fully. I told one of my friends that I saw a 22" IBM monitor I wanted for Graphics design that boasted 3,840 x 2,400 resolution. He responded, "is it 1080p?". It would do to HD 1080p what HD 1080p did to standard TV resolution. Make it look like the crap it is. Granted the IBM monitor doesn't have the contrast ratio or the refresh rate to compared to todays monitors, the still picture quality still trumps todays resolutions. If we had TV's in the 4k resolution with a higher PPI ratio, it would make the pixels almost indistinguishable from a couch. However, facial moles would become more horrendous than ever.
  9. LG (along with Samsung) are really leading the way when it comes to tech. I can't wait for OLED to be the standard flat panel display tech, much like how LCD is now.

    Loving those black blacks.


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