Advanced Television


October 2, 2007

Sony has confirmed that its OLED (organic light-emitting diode) TVs, touted as an eventual successor to plasma and LCD, will be available in Japan from 1 December.

The first model, the XEL-1, has an 11 inch screen and is just 3 millimetres thick. The TVs will relay video 1,000 times faster than LCD, eliminating the blur of TV imagery, and will also reduce energy consumption by 40 per cent, according to Sony.

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