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thelostone
10-01-2012, 05:41 PM
While OLED may have staked a claim as the next generation display technology to beat, Sony has chosen CES 2012 to unveil a new display technology called "Crystal LED." Instead of an LED or CCFL backlight shining through an LCD layer to produce an image, the Crystal LED display technology is a true LED TV that uses a layer of tiny self-emitting LEDs to directly produce the image - think of it like a high resolution shrunk down JumboTron like those found at sporting stadiums.
With each pixel in the 1080 x 1920 Full HD resolution display made up of a red, green and blue LED, the 55-inch prototype model on display at CES uses over six million individual LEDs to create an image. Sony says mounting the LED light source directly on the front of the display results in greater light use efficiency and produces higher contrast images in both light and dark viewing conditions. It also produces a wider color gamut and wider viewing angles compared to existing LCD and plasma displays.

Diablo13
11-01-2012, 12:23 PM
Sounds good, such a shame it has to be developed by Sony, who I have completely lost faith in recently.
Lets hope we soon see similar technology from more reputable companies, at a no doubt more affordable price point!

sane21
01-07-2012, 11:22 PM
wow that sounds cool i would love one of them on my wall. ha ha