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As I said, now that Samsung has had experience in LED technology with television, I'd like to think that they should be the ones that come out with something more innovative than Sony did, imho. After all, they've been using it as a backlight technology for the better part of the last three years, iirc. Now, having that same technology become the standard, well, that should be Sammy's bag, not Sony.
Don't get me wrong. I mean, you see Samsung using LED backlight in their higher-end LCD flat panels and DLP projection TVs, so it's only fitting that they come out with something that will actually redefine what this new LED technology can do with more efficiency. Even tho it may not be as efficient as "O" LED, but it does, however, lead to be more superior in PQ to traditional flourescent tubes and bulbs. So we'll need to see how well this will evolve.
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