Three-dimensional OLED TV with a thickness of 2.9 mm
At IFA 2010, LG Electronics will unveil the latest 31-inch OLED TVs that can display three-dimensional materials.
As of September 3, the IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin will begin with LG Electronics unveiling its new OLED TVs for the mainstream market.
31 inch diagonal screens will be produced with Organic Light-Emitting Diode technology and will display the image in three dimensions. What’s more, they will be the world’s thinnest TVs of this type, because they measure just 2.9 millimeters thick.
The market will hit in September, when it will be available in Germany, South Korea and France. The rest of the world should receive them a little later. The price has not yet been announced, but it will certainly not be among the lowest, due to the completely new 3D OLED technology.