Enjoy video of Sony's 3mm OLED TV
If its so easy to manufacture why does it cost around 2k for a 11" tv screen. Ill stick with LCD for around 5 more years.
I was wondering the same thing. Easy to manufacture means $1000 for a 50" not $2000 for a computer monitor. Anyway I thought I heard the guy say this screen can be used on clothes. If that's true we can count on Japan to have people walking around watching their favorite TV shoes on their shirt.
*sigh* why do you taunt me sony, showing me such a wonderful tv, but than dashing my hopes by giving it such a high price tag
COUNT ME IN
c'mon people, let's use common sence: New tech = more expensive. Anyway, answer this question: why can you buy a bottle of soda (20oz) for $1.25 and you can buy a pack for about the same price. Does it make sence?
the price will go down once its in mass production :) it would nice to have that on my laptop wonder if they will use it for psp2!!!
Any new technology is expensive when it first hits the market. Give it a year or two and they'll be in your local electronics store for $1000. It's the reason I'm holding off getting a bigger HDTV because I hear Sony maybe investing in making wallpaper out of these! Imagine how P.I.M.P. that would be!!!!
did anyone actually hear him say that? because this is the first piece of news i have seen/heard about this topic and its obviously now 2008 :S
Imagine having a 3mm thick 60+" HDTV. Now THAT is the future.
i really can imagen stuff like that :) but also good news for future laptop owners as i can easily see these being used and with them being soo thin can help with weight reduction :)
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