Sony has already boasted the first OLED TV released on the market, called the XEL-1, which cost £3,489. This device was really only for early-adopters of new technology who wanted the latest impressive gadget to display on their desk at office or home. Since SONY was the first to produce this OLED technology they did not feel the need to compete with LG and Samsung in terms of coming up with a larger screen OLED TV. Instead, there were discussions at the CES show in January about SONY using a new display called Crystal LED technology.
Sony OLED TV Reviews
All the industry leaders are working to create the best OLED TV on the market. Sony was the creator of the XEL-1, the first OLED TV in the world. In 2004, Sony released the first PDA with an OLED screen. They also created a mini-disc record in 2006 and the Walkman X Series using OLED technology. In 2007, Sony manufactured and commercially released the 11-inch OLED TV model XEL-1.
Also in 2007, Sony revealed a video of a flexible OLED screen that was just 0.3mm thick with a 2.5-inch display. In 2008, they showed one that was 0.2mm thick with a 3.5-inch display. By 2008, Sony started working with leading firms to create a technology to make energy-saving, large organic displays that would be 40 inches or bigger. In the same year, they did research on bending displays and 3D images. An OLED 3D prototype was exhibited in 2010. By 2011, Sony announced the PlayStation Vita would have a 5-inch OLED screen. As of 2012, Sony decided to leave OLED development behind to focus on "Crystal LED."