Last week we reported that AUO is showing a new Oxide-TFT based 32" OLED TV, and today we have some new details. Unsurprisingly, the Oxide-TFT is IGZO based and the TV uses a bottom-emission type OLED. AUO is using vapor deposition using a metal mask.

The OLED TV features Full-HD (1920x1080) resolution, 100,000:1 contrast ration, 0.01ms response time and brightness of 200cd/m2.

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so they have...

... known about this for over a year now. makes me wonder why we don't have TVs created with that technology already. if i was a big company, i would be all over this technology, see tests of it and go into mass production within months if it would turn out to really be that great. that's a multi-billion dollar untapped market there, for crying out loud!

The prefare get payback from

The prefare get payback from old studid LCD. Disadvantage of capitalism;)

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