The bad news is that Sony's tiny new TV has an 11-inch screen and costs $2,500. All the rest is good news and worth reading if you want to know about the future of television.
The organic light emitting diode (OLED) XEL-1 is the first consumer TV of its kind with the most stunning picture quality. The screen is as thin as three stacked credit cards.
The XEL-1 is a desktop TV that doesn't work unless you hook it up to a TV cable or high definition source. Would you buy that, when for the same money you can buy a huge 52-inch high definition (HD) flat panel TV?