Sony has released the new Trimaster EL series of professional broadcast OLED monitors. They will be available in 17″ and 25″ screen sizes with full 1080P as well as HDMI, Displayport and industry standard reference monitor connections.

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They will definitely not be priced for the consumer market. The 17″ BVM-170 model will cost approximately $15,000 U.S. and the 25″ BVM-250 model just under $30,000. Also, these broadcast reference monitors will only be available in Japan starting in May.

More info in Japanese here.


Sony is planning to re-enter the OLED display market a few years after the introduction of the world’s first OLED TV, the Sony XEL-1. However, the products to be introduced will be targeted to the professional display market as CRT replacements.

We can expect to see 2 new Sony OLED monitors unveiled at the Hollywood Post Alliance Tech Retreat, running from February 14th to 18th in Palm Springs, California. Rumors are that one of them will be based on the 24.5″ OLED TV shown by Sony at CES 2011 in Las Vegas. Subscribe to our RSS feed to keep up to date on these developments.

Sony still has not revealed any plans to re-enter the consumer OLED TV market.

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