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OLED TV Reaches the Consumer Market

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Barbara Jorgensen
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Re: Time to Market
Barbara Jorgensen   1/3/2013 4:40:47 PM

I think Samsung will respond with a bigger TV, but it has probably lost the "wow" factor. They may also price the devices lower than LG if Samsung has been able to improve manufacturing yields. The yield issue will keep prices high for awhile, I think

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FLYINGSCOT   1/3/2013 7:12:21 AM

I believe this is a big deal for the monitor and TV business.  Samsung has been ahead in the game for a while now and so this is a real coup for LG.  It should really shake the market up to the benefit of us all.

Wale Bakare
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Wale Bakare   1/2/2013 9:21:35 PM

Basically this semiconductor's high degree of resolution display makes it usefullness top in OEM especially for smatphones, tablets, tvs and others. Actually, LEDs are of two types: (1) regular LED (2) organic LED. The oragnic  material's presence  and no need of backlit the main difference.

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t.alex   1/2/2013 8:40:11 PM

How is it if we compare between OLED TV and the current LED TV in the market?

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Wale Bakare   1/2/2013 5:10:43 PM

>> energy efficient<<

Light emitting diode is the future lightning - its efficient capacity far more than any others. However, that makes it more investment worthy and profitable. But how would Samsung respond to this?

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