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Sony XEL-1 OLED Television

Posted on February 16, 2009

If you are looking for the next best thing in HDTV, you do not have to wait much longer. Now, there is the new Sony XEL-1 OLED TV, the first widely-available organic light-emitting diode (OLED) TV. The thing that we like about the XEL-1 OLED is the fact that it has an enhanced viewing angles, contrast ratio and an even better color reproduction. It has a size of about 11 inches and a native resolution of about 960 x 540.

It is cool and sleek, with a panel measuring up to 3 millimeters thick only. Other prototypes of the OLED are as thin as a parchment paper, but we say that this will do. But if you are thinking this is too thin since there are inputs that measures up to 6 millimeters, then it may help you hat Sony has added a base for it.

The non-detachable base is where the inputs are laid and it is chrome black. In front, there is a row of buttons just as televisions do have. Other than that, it has a tilted hinge which supports the screen. All in all, it measures up to 9.5 inches x 5.1 inches at the base.

The Sony XEL-1 OLED has a Cross Media Bar or XMB menu as that of the PS3. Though it seems fine in the latter, it looks awkward when used in a TV. Just like the typical Sony XMB, it has several vertical selections. Guess this is what we can refer to as a change in scenery. The Sony XEL-1 OLED TV is costs around $2,499.99.

Image source: www.sony.co.uk




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