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October 8, 2009

Mitsubishi creates a 155-inch TV out of OLED puzzle pieces

155-oled-tv.jpgMitsubishi has found a way around the expensive production costs of OLED TV displays that result in small screens and almost no home theater market penetration. It's actually pretty intuitive: just split the display into smaller modules. At CEATEC, a consumer electronics conference currently ongoing in Japan, Mitsubishi is showing off a 155-inch OLED TV that is actually a giant puzzle consisting of 720 1.5 square inch OLED panels. The modular design means that the set can actually be resized as needed, making it a good fit for commercial applications such as outdoor advertising displays. The display can also be curved to fit into existing infrastructure. Mitsubishi hasn't announced a release date or price for the prototype OLED TV, but if it ever does end up on store shelves, expect the price to be located up somewhere near the moon.


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Posted by Justin Davey at October 8, 2009 6:05 PM

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