Sony Style, XEL-1 OLED Digital TV

sony-styleLED Digital Televisions are creating waves in the market these days. When you let your choosy gaze scan the market, the XEL-1 OLED Digital TV from Sony stands out on many account. It is probably the most expensive LED thin-panel television that you can buy with a screen that’s less than 12 inches by 10 inches and it is well worth its price.

Sony’s OLED is truly the next big thing in television technology. It boasts a 3 millimeter thin panel and offers unparalleled picture quality with amazing contrast, outstanding brightness, exceptional color reproduction, and a rapid response time. It delivers astounding performance in all the key picture quality categories. OLED technology can completely turn off pixels when reproducing black, resulting in more outstanding dark scene detail and a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1. OLED also creates unmatched color expression and detail and enables rapid response times for smooth and natural reproduction of fast moving images like those found in sports and action movies. The XEL-1 features the latest connectivity options including two HDMI inputs, a digital tuner, and a Memory Stick media slot for viewing high-resolution photos.

Best thing is that despite its diminutive size, this newfangled, 11-inch diagonal, OLED (organic light-emitting diode) television — the first of its kind from Sony — may be the technology of the future for amazing television viewing. OLED technology is able to reproduce the color black more correctly, which gives spectacular dark-scene detail compared with previous TV technologies.

The XEL-1 also includes two HDMI inputs, a digital tuner and a memory stick media slot. If you can wait, Sony has promised that it will begin selling larger OLED screen TVs next year. Stay tuned and see what you can have your home theater.

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