05-10-2012 11:43 AM #1HDD Contributor
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Samsung Shows Off First Mass-Produced 55 Inch OLEDs
It looks like they're going to run right around $9,000 later this year.
05-10-2012 12:59 PM #2
05-10-2012 03:35 PM #3
better blacks, better colors, possibility of smaller pixels, etc.
05-10-2012 09:59 PM #4Member
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They simply trump every other display type in terms of picture quality - the contrast ratio, as demonstrated by OLED mobile devices like various phones, the Galaxy Tab 7.7 and the PlayStation Vita, is pretty much perfect. Every pixel is individually lit, so whenever black needs to be displayed, the requisite pixels simply turn off. This combined with really good colour reproduction and brightness usually means the actual (not dynamic) constrast ratio is about 100,000:1. The power draw is apparently very good too, as you would expect when pixels are constantly turning themselves off. Some have complained about OLED mobile screens appearing oversaturated next to the supposedly more 'natural-looking' IPS screens like on the iPhone 4S, but that's largely a matter of opinion and something they are working on - I read the other day that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S3's screen will have more natural saturation while keeping the astounding contrast.PS3 60GB
Finally got my Samsung LN32A550P1F.
Analog 5.1 Logitech system (Yes, I'm still poor).
27 Blu-rays - Favourites include Firefly, Serenity and The Dark Knight.
05-10-2012 10:48 PM #5
I think I just jizzed in my pants!
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