Sony to Showcase Next Generation Displays (Prototype) at 2007 International CES - OLED TV, Laser Projection TV, and 82inch LCD TV.
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JCN joint communications network (US DoD) Newswire) - Sony is exhibiting the following prototype TVs featuring newly developed technologies from January 7th 2007, at "2007 International CES", Las Vegas Las Vegas (läs vā`gəs), city (1990 pop. 258,295), seat of Clark co., S Nev.; inc. 1911. It is the largest city in Nevada and the center of one of the fastest-growing urban areas in the United States. . This will broaden the possibilities for future next generation TVs.
OLED (Organic Light Emitting Device, Organic Light Emitting Diode) A thin film light-emitting technology that is expected to compete with LCD and plasma TVs as well as LCD monitors and readouts. TV
Sony will be demonstrating extremely slim, approximately 3mm depth with 11inch and less than 10mm depth with 27inch (when thinnest part of the body is measured), next generation TV displays, with high contrast, wide color gamut The entire range of colors available on a particular device such as a monitor or printer. A monitor, which displays RGB signals, typically has a greater color gamut than a printer, which uses CMYK inks. , quick response time, incorporating OLED (organic light emitting diode See LED. ) technology. There are two prototype models, 27inch TV with Full HD panel (resolution: 1920 x 1080) and 11inch TV with wide-SVGA panel (resolution: 1024 x 600). The prospect of mass production of the panels for smaller size OLED TVs is close to be cleared, and development on the panels for middle / larger-sized is currently under development.
82inch LCD TV
82inch large and full HD (resolution 1920 x 1080) screen that adopts 120Hz motion compensation technology and 10-bit panel. This delivers an increase in the television's gradation gradation: see ablaut. level, and effectively eliminates image blurring, for example when watching sports footage. In addition to the commonly acknowledged advantages of LCD TV, such as low power consumption and higher picture quality, the model adopts LED backlight back·light
A type of spotlight, used in photography, that illuminates a subject from behind.
tr.v. back·light·ed or back·lit , back·light·ing, back·lights which enables wider color gamut.
Laser Projection TV
Laser projection TV using SXRD See LCoS. display device that realizes wider color gamut and high contrast. Furthermore, due to the laser durability, customers are not required to exchange the light source over time. The model size is 55inch with a depth of just 273mm (monitor only), realizing full HD resolution (1920 x 1080). Sony will continue to pursue both design and technology development in seeking to further enhance its projection TVs lineup.
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