OLED TV Reviews 2016/2017 Plus 4K OLED
By Robert Wiley, Editor
OLED TVs are here. Below we have some of the first entries into the OLED arena. LG is currently dominating the space with its offerings but we expect Samsung and Panasonic to follow suit soon. OLED technology trumps previous display techonologies of LCD, LED, and plasma by offering infinite contrast ratio, supremely realistic colors, and the best viewing angles. We also have articles comparing OLED agianst the other technologies available so you can see the pros and cons for each. It's an exciting time for televisions.
LG OLED55B6P and OLED65B6P
The B6 has a lower price point. It may not be quite as attractive nor have 3D but it has the same stunning picture quality, 4K resolution, and 40W Harmon Kardon speaker pagkage..... Read More.
LG OLED55E6P and OLED65E6P
When you view an E6 next to a 4K LED TV, the first thing you notice is the immense and infinite black levels of the OLED TV. Yes, 4K LED TVs can still pump out a brighter picture due to amped up LED backlights, but it's no comparison... Read More.
LG OLED65G6P and OLED77G6P
This is the macdaddy most expensive OLED TV on the market. It has HDR enhanced technology as one of the key drivers of the increased price. The 77 inch has not shipped as of this writing so it's available only in the 65 inch size... Read More.
OLED TV vs LCD TV
OLED (organic light emitting diode) is the newest technology in the lively TV/display market and my opinion is that it will be a viable alternative to LCD (liquid crystal display) TVs in the future. So which is better, LCD or OLED TV?Read More.
OLED TV vs Plasma TV
Plasma TV technology appears to be much more closely related to OLED TV technology than its rival LCD. This “future of TV” format has many similarities with plasma technique, as we will see below. OLED TV (organic light emitting diode) is the newest...Read More.
WSJ Piece on Thinner OLED Televisions/Fatter Profits
The tough question for me is this; "Haven't flat screen televisions been getting thinner and lighter for the past 10 years?" Yes, they have. So why all of a sudden will people be willing to pay between $4000 to $8000 for these new OLED Televisions...Read More.