Sony OLED TVs Finally Available in Large Sizes

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In 2008, Sony became the first TV maker to retail an OLED TV – it was the Sony XEL-1.  Offering a screen size of just 11 inches and a staggering price of $2,499, this TV was a foresight into future display technology.  Scaling the technology up to size that we are happy to place in our living proved to be a massive challenge however and took 10 years.

Now, finally Sony OLED TVs are available in large screen sizes!  The new series called the Sony A1E offers three choices: 55-inch (model XBR-55A1E; $3,999 US), 65-inch (model XBR-65A1E; $5,499 US) and 77-inch (coming soon; price TBA).

The picture quality of these TVs is simply jaw dropping.

For more info, jump to www.sony.com

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