OLED TV Sony KDL-ZX can be presented at CES 2010

Sunday, November 15, 2009

There was fresh information about new OLED TVs, Sony, a Japanese corporation which plans to launch next year. According to slides posted on the site HDTVLounge, Sony is preparing to add OLED TV in its proprietary line of ZX, which is already represented LED TV Sony KDL-40ZX1 40-inch, is the slimmest in its class.

At the present time, we recall, in its portfolio of Japanese companies have only one TV with a screen based on organic light-emitting diodes - a thin 11-inch Sony XEL-1, which is worth over 2000 dollars. At the same time the South Korean corporation LG recently released its OLED TV, the screen diagonal of which is 15 inches. Thus, the development of LG became the largest OLED TV, available on the market today.

Probably, Sony and other players will not disregard the progress of South Korean companies and also prepare their OLED products. Nearest convenient excuse to demonstrate their achievements in this regard be presented in January at CES, the traditional 2010.