By Evan Ackerman
The thing that makes these little OLED TVs stand out from their larger prototypical OLED counterparts is that you can, in fact, buy one. Like most OLED TVs, some of the numbers are staggering, most notably the 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio. The viewing angle of 178 degrees isn’t bad, either… The native resolution, however, is a bit disappointing at only 960×540. The panel is only 3mm thick, which although impressive, is completely moot since it’s permanently attached to a large ugly base with a large ugly stand. The cost? $2500. The target consumer? According to the Sony rep, these TVs are for people who “want to watch TV on their boat.” Thanks, Sony.
[ Sony 11" OLED TV ]