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    LG shows off 88-inch 8K OLED TV ahead of CES 2018

    It is the largest and highest resolution OLED screen ever produced.
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    Re: LG shows off 88-inch 8K OLED TV ahead of CES 2018

    Holy cow!! I want some use this TV for gaming!
    Holla!

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    Re: LG shows off 88-inch 8K OLED TV ahead of CES 2018

    "Images from Engadget."

    And wording from LG and Samsung?

    WOLED renowned for their vivid colours? Producing the brightest colours is one of the areas where OLED TVs are weak compared with LCDs.

    'QLED' is Samsung's top model range for 2017, like SUHD was for 2016. It's not a completely new display technology as implied, although as you'd expect from top of the range TVs it does incorporate the latest tech like a quantum dot colour filter. They're definitely not well known for strong 'brightness capabilities', in fact they've been heavily criticised for their poor brightness control even compared to their own KS9500 from last year. The competition like Sony and Philips are producing higher brightness in real word use from their top LCD ranges.

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    Re: LG shows off 88-inch 8K OLED TV ahead of CES 2018

    OLED and its TRUE blackness makes QLED look like CRT and who would want to watch a movie while the sun beam is blasting through the room?

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    Re: LG shows off 88-inch 8K OLED TV ahead of CES 2018

    Anyone else want to shout "Get your hand off the flipping screen!"?

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    Re: LG shows off 88-inch 8K OLED TV ahead of CES 2018

    What the price will be for that monster? 45K?

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    Re: LG shows off 88-inch 8K OLED TV ahead of CES 2018

    Wouldn't mind one of those in the bedroom on the wall

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    Re: LG shows off 88-inch 8K OLED TV ahead of CES 2018

    "QLED TVs can be significantly cheaper than OLED models thanks to the simpler and more economical production process"

    And yet Samsung charges the same or more than the OLED counterparts.

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