Originally Posted by SAM64
What are the photodiodes for?
The photodiodes are to recieve light from a upper layer on the panel that lights up when x-rays hit it. These panels are input devices for x-ray medical...
Originally Posted by rogo
How do you manufacturer it at all? You basically have to fabricate a backplane with 6 million LEDs on it. Only they are inorganic LEDs instead of another kind of LEDs, the organic kind, i.e. OLEDs....
Originally Posted by irkuck
There are numerous factors summing up to explain this. Some of them:
1. Comparing prices at the exchange rate while internal markets are not working
at it. E.g. in Japan housing prices very high...
Originally Posted by Lorddeff07
...but the fact remains that "something" is going to replace lcds. And that something is most likely going to be oled.
Well, I will agree with Rogo here. There is no universal evidence that OLED...
Originally Posted by mwasie
I just read the review and it concludes that the Kuro is still has overall better picture quality. Did I read wrong? oops I was looking at the CNET review.
No didn't read wrong, and not trolling,...
Originally Posted by astrodoob
OLED panels looks promising...
..I'll sit and wait for OLED technology to mature.
Good luck with that, but I think that your butt will go numb long before OLED gets here in any useful...
Originally Posted by dlplover
The question for most is how long it will take for other manufacturers to put out a kuro-level plasma (all-around and not just in one category) vs. how long it will take for lcd makers to do the...
Originally Posted by yrly
I don't see anything that would really prevent Sharp from mass producing something like this or why it should cost as much as it does, it appears to be using one of Quattron panels that I'm sure they can...
Originally Posted by HTguru3
Westa, I realize from reading many of your past posts that you're the resident Sharp rah rah guy and that's fine if that's who you want to be.
I will attest to the fact that Westa is the Sharp "Rah,...