No web filter: Sony to stop offering the XEL-1 OLED TV (in Japan)

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/08/xel1.jpg" /> Say what you want about it (too expensive, too small etc.), but I've always liked the world's first commercially available

Brits planning to buy Sony's XEL-1 OLED TV should think again (and feel sorry for the Germans)

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/xel1_uk.jpg" /> Last year in August, Sony promised Europeans will get the world's first commercialized OLED TV, <a href="http://www.crun

CEATEC 2008: Sony presents razor-thin OLED display

Sony caused a worlwide sensation at last year’s CEATEC by introducing the XEL-1 during the event, its mini OLED TV, which boasts a thickness of just 3 mm (1.4 mm at its thinnest part). This year

Europe finally gets Sony's mini OLED-TV XEL-1

According to information the Nikkei, Japan’s largest business daily, spread today, Sony will finally start selling its XEL-1 mini OLED TV in Europe “sometime next year”. The device m

Japan pumps $350 million into the development of 40-inch OLED TVs

Today Japan’s New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization announced it wants to accelerate the commercialization of large-screen OLED-TVs with a $350 million investment to be s

Sony achieves a (small) step forward in the development of large-size OLED TVs

No one can deny OLED displays are superior in quality to LCD or Plasma screens. One problem which has been constraining the commercialization of large-size OLED TVs, however, is the high level of powe

Sony's OLED TV: Awful small

Sony’s XEL-1 is pretty impressive. It’s only 27 inches wide and costs $1,500, so it’s not that impressive but if you want to be an early adopter and feel like your TV can get blown o