Creme de la creme of CES 2013 in TV technology

Here are some highlights of the best new technologies that we saw and heard at CES 2013.

panasonic 4k oled CES 20131 Creme de la creme of CES 2013 in TV technologyPanasonic’s 56-inch 4K OLED

Sony and Panasonic teamed up last year on the research and development of OLED TV technology.This joint venture lead to gorgeous paper-thin OLED TVs at lower manufacturing costs than the alternative OLED production.

sony 4k oled 7001 Creme de la creme of CES 2013 in TV technologySony’s 4K OLED

Sony and Panasonic OLED TVs were on display on their booths. Both models measured in at 56 inches and sported full 4K resolution.Neither company stated any pricing or timelines as to when their OLED TVs would make it into production

lg wall of oled tvs Creme de la creme of CES 2013 in TV technologyLG Oled wall on CES 2013

LG was the only manufacturer at CES with a serious line-up of OLED TVs, with no fewer than three 55in models. Crucially, they all had part numbers and pre-orders are already being taken for one model – the 55EM9700 – in South Korea and is expected in the US in the Spring for about $12,000.A UK launch is planned for later this year for the same model – called the 55EM970V in the UK – with an expected price of £10,000+.
The 55-inch LG OLED HDTV is a truly impressive-looking piece of gear.
Why spend all that money on a 55in OLED TV that has the same old 1920×1080 resolution as today’s TVs which cost five times less? Because OLED is around 1000 times faster than LCD, images appear super-sharp and more detailed, despite the same resolution. Plus, since each OLED pixel can be turned off, blacks are truly black.
Until you’ve seen an OLED TV in action, it’s hard to understand just how much of a quality jump there is between OLED and existing LED and plasma sets.

samsung 4k 110 ultra hd ledtv Creme de la creme of CES 2013 in TV technologySamsung’s massive 110-inch Ultra HD LED TV

Samsung has presented his mammoth 110 inch Ulra HD LED TV. UltraHD TV has a resolution which is twice that of 1080p HD in both directions (3840 x 2160 pixels). This means a 4K set offers four times the detail of a standard 1080p HDTV.

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