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Sony to launch ultra-thin TVs in December


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Sony Corp. said Monday it plans the world's first commercial launch of ultra-thin televisions using organic light emitting diode (OLED) technology in December, aiming to revive its reputation for innovation.

The next generation television has a screen with a thickness of just three millimetres (0.12 inches), which was made possible because the organic display is self-luminescent and does not require a backlight.

Such screens, which sandwich a very thin layer of organic material between two plates, use less power and offer brighter images and wider viewing angles than liquid crystal display panels.

The television, which is 25.1 centimetres (9.9 inches) wide and 14.1 centimetres (5.6 inches) tall, will have a price tag of 200,000 yen (1,740 dollars).

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im excited! hope its better then lcd/plasma!
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