Tag Archives: OLED
Affordable OLED TVs could be coming – though you’ll have to wait
The Sharp/Foxconn alliance appears to have OLED technology in its sights, though we’ll be in the next decade before it starts making TV panels. But is that going to be too late? The protracted negotiations regarding the acquisition of a major stake in Sharp by Taiwan-based Foxconn have led to a lot of speculation over […]
The end of 3D TVs? What took them so long?
So long, SwimmyVision™ – you really won’t be missed Reports coming out of Korea over the past few days suggest that the world’s leading TV manufacturers – LG and Samsung – have finally realised that 3D is a gimmick that’s had its day. Again. OK, so the big two aren’t completely dismissing the facility, which […]
OLED TV could be turning into the plasma of the future – and not in a good way
With crumbling alliances, tumbling prices and the threat of incoming Chinese TVs, what was heralded as the display technology of the future could already be heading for footnote in history status The last month of 2013 hasn’t been a good one for OLED TV technology. Not only has one of only two OLED TVs on […]
Amidst all the weeping and wailing about the end of plasma, are we missing the bigger picture?
The reaction to the announcement that Panasonic is shutting down plasma panel production, and thus ending its line of plasma TVs by March next year, has been extraordinary. Amidst the editorials – some even exhorting us to sob like some Victorian cortege mourner, donning our best deepest ever blacks and joining the mute procession down […]