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Sony Organic LED: The Future of Television

Posted: Nov. 17th, 2008  |  By JustLuxe Team
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Luxury Electronics: The Sony Organic LED XEL-1 is the world's thinnest television, measuring in at a mere 3 millimeters. The thinner design is made possible by the patented Super Top Emission technology that doesn't require a backlight.

Not only is the TV as thick as three credit cards, it delivers an amazing picture and superior sound. With a contrast ratio of more than one million to one, the Super Top Emission technology produces deep blacks, brilliant whites and vibrant colors.

The flexibility and thinness of the Sony Organic LED XEL-1 TV makes for ideal viewing in any room in the house. Comfort is optimized as the screen tilts, making it possible to view the television from any angle. The Organic LED XEL-1 features a built-in memory stick slot, which allows users to display and sort through their favorite photos.

Revolutionary in both design and function, the Sony TV proudly consumes up to 40 percent less energy than the standard television. The energy-efficient light-emitting organic material eliminates the need for a backlight thus saving energy. Since the components of the TV are organic, when the set is in its "off" state, it consumes no power as opposed to a conventional set, which always has its backlight on.

The optional BRAVIA Link Modules allow you to customize your experience by connecting any of your other compatible digital devices. What's more, the award-winning Xross Media Bar menu navigation system allows easy switching between your expanded devices and settings.

With its sleek and versatile design, extended features and energy-saving capabilities, it's no wonder the Sony Organic LED XEL-1 is considered the television of the future.
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rebel commented on November 20, 2008

I can see clearly now.... love to see this technolgy on a bigger screen. Does anyone know when Sony will add size to this inovation?

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