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Sam Wright

January 16, 2012, 10:52 pm

From the pictures at the start of the article, I must admit I prefer the LCD. The image on the CLED look washed out. Or is that just a by product of the camera angles?

Jmac

January 17, 2012, 10:54 am

The article is a bit weird - you say there are two reasonably compelling arguments for the "next step on from OLED", the first of which is that CLED won't decay like OLED (okay), but then you go on to state that CLED is self-emitting, which you acknowledge is an advantage over LCD (whether CCFL or LED backlit) but is NOT an advantage over OLED, which is also self-emitting. This self-contradiction is potentially misleading.

Jmac

January 17, 2012, 10:58 am

If you are right about motion artifacts being generated by sharpness enhancement processing rather than an inherent flaw in the current CLED tech, then Sony dropped the ball badly - surely for a trade show you want to show your product at its best, and would it have been beyond their means to set the sample up to show its best side and use a high bitrate native full HD signal that was pin-sharp without the need for processing?

Metalex

January 17, 2012, 5:46 pm

Sam, how do you expect to see the benefits of the CLED screen when viewing it on a monitor/screen that will be undoubtedly inferior to CLED?

DaKKu

January 14, 2014, 7:34 am

Pictures are variant on the input. So dont go by the pics. CLED is a long lasting tech over OLED, but as display prices keep dropping, getting CLED Tv's for $xx that will last a few years longer then OLED TV which will be surely cheaper, is a lame benefit.

TJ Butler

January 19, 2014, 6:44 pm

it have been beyond their means to set the sample up to show its best
side and use a high bitrate native full HD signal that was pin-sharp
without the need for processing?

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