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OLEDs are hitting their stride this year in all segments

6/18/2012 01:47 PM EDT
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Rajiv.Roy
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re: OLEDs are hitting their stride this year in all segments
Rajiv.Roy   7/17/2012 8:40:36 PM
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Does anyone know what sized panels will be used as OLED manufacturing takes off? 3G? 4G? 4.5G?

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chanj0   6/22/2012 7:20:06 PM
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The question is, then, whether these advantages are noticeable given the price differences. LCD TV has been improved quite a bit since LCD monitor was launched. I can hardly notice any ghosting for most movies. In general, the benefit of contrast ratio and the color reproduction is hardly noticeable unless there is a side by side comparison. Nonetheless, there is no doubt OLED will be the next generation TV technology given the price is coming down.

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gnipho   6/20/2012 1:17:48 PM
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I think the main advantages are: - improved contrast & deep blacks - wider color gamut & more accurate color reproduction - faster on/off speed, no ghosting - wider viewing angle This is also why Sony is using OLED for its professional broadcasting monitors.

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chanj0   6/19/2012 8:31:21 PM
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What's the advantage of OLED over regular LCD that will drive the large TV market to OLED?

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