There’s been lots of hype on OLED TV from CES 2009. A 27″ Sony OLED TV, a 40″ Samsung TV, a 15″ LG OLED TV.

However, the only OLED TV available is still the amazing but tiny Sony XEL-1. It is definitely a pioneer in OLED TV technology but is not a realistic option for most consumers.

Here’s a video clip of the OLED TV portion of the Sony press conference at CES 2009.

Here’s another showing the Sony 27″ OLED TV.

However, many observers expected Sony to release the 27″ model this year. Apparently that’s not going to happen now. I expect that the current economic climate and the still high production costs are going to prevent any new models except for the 15″ LG OLED TV from appearing in stores this year.


Sony has introduced a number of new products at CES 2009 in Vegas. HD camcorders, internet enabled Bravia LCD TVs and more.

Visitors to the Sony booth will be able to see more Sony OLED TV prototypes on display. I’m guessing these will be thinner and even more impressive than what was shown last year.

However, no news yet on a new consumer ready OLED TV from Sony. There are predictions and rumors of a 27″ Sony XEL-2 OLED TV but that remains to be seen. Continue reading »


LG is showing a prototype 15″ OLED TV at CES 2009 in Las Vegas. Production is planned for this summer for the 8mm thick wonder. The picture is of course fantastic with amazing contrast and viewing angles. No pricing or accurate release date has been announced yet.

LG OLED TV via Engadget

Not to be outdone, Sony has countered with the statement that they will be the only company producing consumer OLED TVs this year…

Read the Engadget writer’s impressions of the LG OLED TV.

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