OLED TVs are exciting. They’re also frustrating. We’ve been waiting for them to come to market for the past two years — and at a price that normal people can afford. It’s been about as interesting as watching grass grow that looks like it’s ready to grow , then disappears for a year, then is out-hyped by 4K grass , then finally pops up in scraggly patches halfway around the globe in a park with outrageous admission prices.
But maybe all that frustration is worth it. If you were to build an all-star HDTV based on the strengths of existing display technologies, it would look a lot like an OLED television. OLED takes the best traits of LCD/LED and plasma HDTVs, injects them full of HGH, and puts them into a single set.
Like LCD/LED televisions, OLEDs are thin, bright, and energy-efficient — but even thinner, brighter, and more energy-efficient. Like […]
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