No i didn't paraphrase, i read the article
"That’s not all. Manufacturing of large-screen OLED-TVs has barely begun, but eventually – not for quite a while, but eventually – it should be possible to manufacture OLED-TVs less expensively that LCD-TVs, and quite possible less than PDP-TVs. Although PDP has significant image-quality advantages over LCD, that is not true for OLED. (OLED does have some remaining technical issues, such as blue lifetime, but they will be resolved.) If the market-share issue is not enough to force the discontinuation of PDP-TV manufacturing, the rise of OLED-TV will be."
If i'm reading this correctly the author states that plasmas will stop selling completely when oled becomes affordable. He seems a little confused though, in what way is an oled panel not significantly better than an lcd?
Oled is pretty well on track for the next year or so and the price will be down significantly in a few years. Plasmas will certianly be dirt cheap in the used market just like crt's were and are for the last 5-6 years. The only difference is Oled is an improvement in nearly all areas.
Of course people buy led lcds in stores have you seen what the plasmas without a filter look like in stores??? it's like looking at a cheap lcd projector with better color.
Plasmas only shine when you get them in a decent environment why would people buy a screen that could have problems with burn in and will draw more power if they don't see the better picture a plasma delivers in stores?