Sony talked a lot about OLED TVs during its press conference at CES 2009. And rightfully so.
The company is showing about 10-15 OLED TVs in its booth. While most are only prototypes, like the 27-inch model, Sony is displaying the XEL-1, the 11-inch OLED that was the first of its kind to debut in the United States.
Sony’s booth was also flooded with its new 2009 line of BRAVIA HDTVs. There are three models of the VE5 Series Eco BRAVIA HDTVs and a super-slim BRAVIA with a 9.9 millimeter thin design.
It also has its latest 3D technology on hand, which has been more than a trend so far at the show.
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