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OLED TVs and the TV bracket

January 17, 2011
Posted in Uncategorized — Written by Nathan

OLED TVs utilise a new kind of display technology called OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diodes).

OLED televisions are brighter, slimmer and produce better contrast than LCD and Plasma TVs.


Sony was answerable for the first OLED TV in the name of its XEL-1. The XEL-1 came in at only 11″ and was sold at the £1000 mark. Only a small number of the XeL-1 was made and Sony have since stopped producing it.

On the plus side though, the picture quality was ethereal and the TV was just a few mm slim.

Next to come out with an OLED was Samsung with one 14.1″ and one 31″.

LG have recently decided to enter the market with the 15″ EL9500. This machine operates a 1366 x 768 resolution, contrast ratio of 100,000:1 and a slimness of just 1.7mm.

A number of companies have prototypes ready to go with plans to develop ever larger OLEDS as the years roll by, as big as 40″ in 2012 for example. Companies are doing their best to drive their costs down but it’s fair to assume that OLEDS, no matter what will be 50% more expensive than LCDs in the offing. We’re likely to see costs decrease from there.

It’s likely to be at least a year before the OLED is properly competing against LCDs but if you’re interested in replacing your LCD with an OLED but want to wall mount your LCD now, consider a universal TV bracket. Universal TV brackets fit all makes of LCDd and plasmas and will apply to OLEDS too. A universal TV bracket is made to be able to support TVs within a certain size and weight bracket, for example a universal TV bracket might be able to support a 26inch to 35inch screen size. This means you can buy your TV bracket now to mount your LCD with and as long as you buy an OLED within the same size bracket there will be no need to reinstall a TV bracket or to buy another TV bracket, in other words your TV bracket will be future proof.

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