Here’s a video of the 24.5″ Sony 3D full HD OLED TV. The 3D effect is created using an active shutter system. The Sony rep  at CES 2010 gives no promises however as to whether the technology will ever be available to consumers. This is a pure concept model. Too bad as many of us were hoping for a larger sized Sony OLED this year. Check it out.

 

Another Sony OLED TV review from Gary Krakow at TheStreetTV. He reviews the much anticipated (at least a year ago anyway) OLED TV from Sony and says it may be the best ever.

 

Sony has responded to the claims of decreased longevity of its XEL-1 OLED TV. The XEL-1 recently received a number of negative OLED TV reviews after it was claimed it would only last around half the 30,000 hours stated by Sony before fading.

Practically speaking, this won’t have any effect on the average viewer as 30,000 hours will last you a good number of years.

Register Hardware has a reply from Sony on these findings. Read more at reghardware.co.uk

 

Well, after a few months of running this blog I’ve finally got a look at the Sony XEL-1 OLED TV. There are currently dozens of OLED TV reviews out there on the XEL-1 ranging from praise to criticism. (More on these later). This is my first opinion.

It all depends on how you look at it.  I visited the Sony Store at the Rideau Centre in Ottawa, Canada. The XEL-1 display model is set up on top of a Blu-ray DVD player which is playing a demo disk. The XEL-1 is secured to the wall with a very heavy looking cable and is surrounded by signs and a spec sheet.

You may wonder why I just don’t post some photos and be done with it. Unfortunately I hiked down to the store and my camera crapped out. “Card Error” was all it said. I’ll have to head back later and try again. Continue reading »

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