Sony and Epson Booth Demonstrations at NAB Show® 2012 to Feature Screen Innovations Black Diamond Zero Edge and Reference Series Projection Screens
SunBriteTV, America's Last Television Manufacturer, Smashes the Price Barrier on True Outdoor Televisions with Availability of Affordable New Signature Series
While Japanese and Korean TV manufacturers either struggle to make a profit, or in some cases, report the biggest losses in their history, 25% of US consumers and 30% of UK consumers surveyed say they would buy an Apple HDTV, according to a survey by KAE. Some analysts believe an Apple branded device will sell for almost double the price of competitors’ models. Lowest estimatest are a 25% price premium. Clearly price is not the only reason for lack of, or profit from, TV sales
Top anticipated features were internet connectivity, ability to run apps, and to sync with other iOS devices.
It seems Sony has had a change of heart about OLED. After stating it was dropping OLED several months ago when it’s $2,500, 11” OLED TV (XEL-1) failed to sell (no surprise there), Sony is now reportedly in talks with Taiwan's AU Optronics Corp to jointly produce next-generation OLED televisions, the Yomiuri Shimbun reported.
The move allows Sony to position itself for the post-liquid crystal display (LCD) TV market. At CES Sony showed a competing technology to OLED: CrystalLED. Sony were very tight-lipped about the technology behind LED, but many believe it be OLED.
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