September 16, 2009 by Steve Crowe
LED TVs certainly had a strong presence at CEDIA Expo 2009 in Atlanta.
Manufacturers are embracing LED TVs because they use a lot less energy and are much thinner than normal LCD TVs, providing consumers with a “green” display that also can be aesthetically pleasing in most environments.
You couldn’t get away from LED TVs in Sharp’s booth even if you tried, while LG’s booth also had LED TVs throughout.
There were, surprisingly, no OLED TVs on display at the show. A Sony spokesperson attributed its lack of OLED TVs to the fact that Sony had nothing new to show, while others manufacturers speculated OLED might never take off.
While the following is only a taste of what was on display, we round up LED TVs from the following companies:
View 7 LED TVs at CEDIA Expo 2009.
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