David KatzmaierEditorial Director -- Personal Tech
David reviews TVs and leads the Personal Tech team at CNET, covering mobile, software, computing, streaming and home entertainment. We provide helpful, expert reviews, advice and videos on what gadget or service to buy and how to get the most out of it.
ExpertiseA 20-year CNET veteran, David has been reviewing TVs since the days of CRT, rear-projection and plasma. Prior to CNET he worked at Sound & Vision magazine and eTown.com. He is known to two people on Twitter as the Cormac McCarthy of consumer electronics.Credentials
Although still awaiting his Oscar for Best Picture Reviewer, David does hold certifications from the Imaging Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Standards and Technology on display calibration and evaluation.
OLED TV technology provides the best picture quality we've ever tested, but until now it's been limited to 77-inch TVs and 4K resolution.
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Display blows through both of those barriers. It's 88 inches -- huge, with an eye-blowing 8K resolution. That's 7,680x4,320 pixels, or four times that of 4K, and 16 times more than the standard full-HD, 1,920x1,080-pixel resolution.
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LG Display, a sister company to LG Electronics that supplied OLED and other panels to various TV makers, declined to set a price on the TV when it hits the market (for reference, 77-inch 4K OLEDs cost $10,000). It did say we might see one in the next two years, however.