The IFA 2008 in Berlin stands at the door and trends and technologies report on new flat-screen TV as the IFA International rather plays a smaller role we believe his new OLED TV at the IFA 2008 will present not the Samsung or Sony. Laser-TV, it was clear that Mitsubishi will start first in the American market. The first LaserVues delivered in the 3 quarter of Mitsubishi in America. People such as Steve Wozniak would likely agree. Other manufacturers such as Samsung are not ready, so there will be a no show in laser TV. Max Wasing the Senior Vice President of Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America Announces proudly. We are the first that will make laser TV suitable for mass production.
LaserVUE is the future of TV because it is also 3D-capable so Max Wasing. Conventional HD screens could show only about 40 percent of the color spectrum, which will capture the human eye can it was pages mitsubishis. The laser TV, however, may be twice as many colors. With over 80 percent of the spectrum to enable a never-before achieved brilliance, clarity, and color depth. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Marc Mathieu. Sony has the first OLED Yes last year in October 2007 Presented TV with 11 inches. The XEL-1 is currently sold in Japan, United States, and Canada. It is not yet known whether Sony XEL-1 IFA exhibits. Has Samsung at the CES 2008 and CEBIT a 31 inch OLED television presented and that 2010 will come on the market.
Another technology is FED TV FED stands for “field emission display” and is a technology similar to conventional CRT monitors. In both cases the pixels using an electron beam, which stimulates a phosphor layer, represented gepracht and so the image to light up. The difference is that CRT monitors thermal generates an electron beam over the so-called cathode and this meets by a deflection mechanism on each individual pixel. Be still longer cannot be seen on any measurement devices SED TV, long time it was still around the SED TV technology. Canon has announced with sharp recently an Alliance in the LCD technology. Some thought that this Alliance would be the end for SED TVs. Canon wants to explore far and wants with its own SED TV bring technology to the market.