LAS VEGAS — Here are a few TVs that caught my eye on a partial walk through the show floor. I’ll post more as I have time.
Mitsubishi showed a prototype 155-inch OLED display that could be used at home, but it’s really intended for commercial displays. The set is huge, but it could get much bigger; it’s made up of 5 x 9 inch panels, and more panels can be added to make the set as big as you want. Its resolution is 640 by 1152.
Here’s the world’s slimmest OLED display at 2.9 millimeters thick, according to LG, which is selling the 15-inch diagonal model for $1,700. A 31-inch model below is a prototype that may not go on sale for a year or two.
Here’s an overhead view of the thinnest OLED:
A dual-screen Mercedes:
Sony’s prototype, glasses-free OLED 3-D TV with a 24.5-inch screen and 1920 x 1080p resolution:
Another shot of the OLED 3-D prototype, which was displayed in a dark alcove:
I think there are some cool TVs over there somewhere: