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    That was what I was thinking.
    Maybe some sort of play along at home, questions on one side, answers on the other. Then swap over.

    Of cause it probably needs to work for displays that don't support it. Not sure if there is any official 3d or 2 view signals so sets can work out what to do if they don't support it.

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    I Just Fell In Love With LG's Flexible 4K OLED TVs

    LG has revealed the largest 4K OLED TV shown in the United States today, a television featuring a curved 77-inch screen, and won a CES Best of Innovations award.
    LG's 4K OLED TV wins CES award

    This.
    Want.
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    Down to $6k...
    Or $3,770 used, from a private seller, with no feedback.

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    OLEDs seem to suffer something broadly equivalent to permanent image retention as they age. This puts me off the tech so far.

    I heard about this and (coincidentally) saw a 14 month old OLED screen'd phone owned by a friend which clearly has the Twitter banner bar 'burned in' at the top of the screen. Apparently the OLEDs themselves degrade over time (blue first, then red, then yellow/green) and lose their colour and brightness.

    When I mentioned this to the sales guy in Richer Sounds who was showing me a gigantic curved OLED panel, he said I should get about 4 years from it before the ageing would be (very) noticeable. He nodded when I told him this equated to 1000 per year.

    NOPE.

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    Is OLED the upgrade path for those that like plasmas? I see they don't really sell plasmas anymore...?

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    Seems reasonable.

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    I've seen that, they have one in John Lewis on Oxford Street.
    It is spectacular. It's like a window into another world.
    It's also 35,000 (~$59,000)

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    The Toshiba equivalent is only ten grand! Sheesh!

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    I didn't think OLED had that bad of burn-in problems.

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