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LG Display to demo 55-in OLED TV at CES 2012

12/26/2011 10:09 AM EST
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sharps_eng
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re: LG Display to demo 55-in OLED TV at CES 2012
sharps_eng   2/20/2012 10:26:51 PM
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Early OLED lifetime issues were related to moisture ingress, and making truly displays hermetically sealed over the long term is normally very expensive. Is Samsung's OLED process now moisture-insensitive or have they improved the sealing? I would be interested to hear more...

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re: LG Display to demo 55-in OLED TV at CES 2012
wilber_xbox   12/30/2011 9:43:59 AM
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True. The life time is major concern apart from some report that suggest that OLED may be carcinogenic. How low the price can go than that of LCD may win the battle for OLED.

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re: LG Display to demo 55-in OLED TV at CES 2012
chanj0   12/28/2011 7:48:41 PM
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Price and lifetime of the product seem to be two of the major factors to most consumers. I am glad to see the price drop. I am looking forward to seeing the improvement of lifetime.

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re: LG Display to demo 55-in OLED TV at CES 2012
selinz   12/27/2011 10:03:43 PM
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This may be the excuse that people with 5 year old plasma's need to to upgrade their TV's. With the dramatic drop in prices this last year, it'll be interesting to see if these can be cost competitive.

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re: LG Display to demo 55-in OLED TV at CES 2012
GREAT-Terry   12/26/2011 3:25:29 PM
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This is a good news to the market. How is the lifetime of OLED?

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