The LG 55EM9600 55-inch OLED is a slim television with a focus on image quality. We go hands-on with a preproduction model in Monaco.
Television manufacturer LG says that by 2016, its organic light-emitting diode, or OLED, televisions will cost the same as an LCD TV. In the second half of 2012, the company will take its first step toward that goal with the 55-inch 55EM9600. CNET Asia's Philip Wong takes an in-depth look.
CNET's Best of CES award ceremony is over, and the editors have spoken: LG's 55-inch 55EM9600 OLED TV is the best product at CES 2012.
LG's top-of-the-line 2012 TV, the 55LM9600, features extraordinary style, excellent picture quality and some cutting-edge new technology.
Typical price: $4,099.00
Although the company plans to show off its 55EM9600 model at the Monaco Grand Prix, it says a release in the next few months is "unlikely."
David Katzmaier checks out LG's 55EM9600, one of thinnest and lightest OLED displays. It's expected to hit the U.S. in the third quarter of this year.
A report by industry analyst DisplaySearch says both Korean TV makers won't be releasing their much-anticipated big-screen OLEDs this year.
CNET Asia's Philip Wong got the chance for some extended hands-on time with LG's upcoming OLED TV. Here are his first impressions.
The 55EA9800, priced at roughly $13,500, will be available starting next month, but for starters will be limited to the Korean market.
Samsung has released details of its ES9500 OLED TV, which is expected to retail for $9,000 when it goes on sale in the second half of 2012.