World’s Largest Organic LED at CES 2012


LG just announce officially that they will feature the world’s largest organic LED display or OLED display in CES 2012. CES 2012 will be exhibit in Las Vegas on January 10, 2012 and for more information on that you could check their website at, CES 2012.

OLED or organic light-emitting diode is a revolutionize LED types from the traditional LED. In organic LED the emissive electroluminescent layer is made from organic materials. This film shall emit light in response to electrical currents that flow in the p-n junction. The first organic LED diode reportedly was developed by Dr. Ching W. Tang et al. at Eastman Kodak.

LG organic LED HDTV prototype at CES 2012

The video below was the LG demo at CES 2011, this year.

Currently three rivals companies producing OLED which are Samsung, LG and Sony. In this exhibition Samsung will feature their 55 inch HDTV which is the world’s largest OLED HDTV.

The thickness of the panel is only 5mm thick and also lighter than LCD panels. According to LG, the OLED panel features a 100,000:1 contrast ratio, fast refresh rates and a wider colour gamut than LCD. Further, LG claimed that their OLED HDTV is more power efficient than an LCD TV. LG announced that they may go to mass produce the HDTV by the end of 2012.

We still cannot evaluate the product since it is in the stage of development. However, readers who have highly interest in this technology could come and visit to see the action. Thanks for reading.

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