Sony outs Trimaster OLED monitors for big bucks
I remember the excitement that surrounded Sony's XEL-1 OLED TV a few years back. Since then, OLED applications in television have been relatively quiet. Today though, Sony has announced a couple of new OLED monitors aimed not at the consumer couch potato market, but TV and movie production companies. Available in 25-inch (BVM-E250) and 17-inch (BVM-E170) display sizes, the TRIMASTER EL OLED master monitors features 1080p resolution, HDMI, Ethernet, DisplayPort, SD-SDI, 3G-SDI and HD-SDI ports, and an aluminum body. Both models will be available July 1 in Japan with converted prices of $16, 000 for the 17-inch model and $29, 000 for the 25-inch model. Ouch!
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I guess the price of $9,000 for the new LG 31' OLED HD TV doesn't sound so bad after seeing this article. I don't plan to get one in March, but as much as I watch my DISH Network HD employee service I suppose I should spend more on my TV. I will have to wait a while though before they have a size that will work well with my free HD service that I get. Did you know it's free to everyone that qualifies? Yep. It's true.