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January 6, 2011 at 4:24 PM

CES photos: Amazing TVs everywhere

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.

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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.

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Here’s an overhead view of the thinnest OLED:

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A dual-screen Mercedes:

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Sony’s prototype, glasses-free OLED 3-D TV with a 24.5-inch screen and 1920 x 1080p resolution:

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Another shot of the OLED 3-D prototype, which was displayed in a dark alcove:

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I think there are some cool TVs over there somewhere:

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