The Sony XEL-1, the world's first OLED TV, costs $2,500 for an 11-inch screen, but its beautiful picture ably shows the promise of the new technology.
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Sony has said that it will stop selling its first commercial OLED TV in Japan. You'll still be able to buy one over here, but for how long is unclear
The Sony XEL-1 OLED is due in Australia next month, but don't expect your "Kevin bonus" to pay for it — not unless you go in with eight very good mates.
If you've recently won the lottery, had a bit of luck on the stock market or sold all your limbs, you might be able to afford the new XEL-1, Sony's first OLED TV
From CES 2008, Brian Tong takes a first look at the supersexy, Sony XEL-1 OLED TV.
Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) televisions have been with us for about year, and what a year it's been. We've got new models, new sizes, and a new idea where this technology may go... We hope.
Sony is rumored to be stopping its research on OLED display technology to concentrate on 4K TVs, but despite early gains the company hasn't been in the race for a long time, but who will take up the slack?.
Reports say that Sony is stopping commercial development of OLED TVs to concentrate on 4K LED panels, as well as dropping 20 percent of its consumer electronics workforce.
Organic light-emitting diode (OLED) is the most exciting display technology since plasma, but there are a few things it needs to overcome before hitting the mainstream.
Organic light-emitting diode televisions are finally arriving. Here's all the info.