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And it's relatively affordable, at a regular retail price of US$2499 (US$1999 is a pre-order special). The two iPads that are needed to use the device are not included, which could potentially almost double the price, but it's much more attainable than the US$9700 QB Robot from Anybots. You can read more about Double and make a pre-order on the Double Robotics website. Double Robotics has created a presence robot based around the iPad's interface and controls. iPads not included. Double Robotics has created a presence robot based around the iPad's interface and controls. iPads not included.

Rumors are still flying about the next great TV technology: organic light-emitting diode, It's difficult to pry info out of the companies involved, but I figured it was worth putting down what we know, what we think we know, and what we know we don't know, ya know?, What we know: OLED is the next generation of TV technology, It has the best performance characteristics of plasma and LCD, with few of the drawbacks of either, At the Consumer Electronics Show in January 2013, both LG and Samsung announced they would cactus iphone case ship 55-inch OLED TVs this year, And they have (more on this later)..

For more specifics, check out my article "What is OLED TV?"LG is using RGBW, or red, green, blue, and "white" subpixels (as described in the above link). Samsung has affirmed its fealty to RGB (no "white" subpixel). What we don't know is what Sony and Panasonic (see below) are going use. Will there be a performance or price difference between the different versions? We don't know. Which leads to.. What we know: Wow. OLED is just..wow. Seriously. OLED is way better than the best plasma, and makes the best LCD look like a cell phone screen circa 1998. The trick is being able to turn off individual pixels, for a black that is actually the absence (or near enough to it) of light. Even the best plasmas can't do this; even when the pixel is "off," it's still energized slightly, emitting some light. The closest LCDs come is with local-dimming backlit LEDs, which can only dim large areas, not specific pixels.

So, will this give the best contrast ratio ever? Perhaps, I've seen OLED up close several times now, and it's blown me away each time, Others I've spoken to have felt the same, Gary "HD Guru" Merson had a chance to look at the LG up close at an unveiling in Monoco, CNET Asia's Philip Wong had a hands-on with the 55EM9600 and came away impressed, And of course, when we all cactus iphone case saw it at CES, we gave it our Best of CES Award, Our own David Katzmaier checked out the Samsung KN55S9C and said it was "the best picture quality we've seen."..

And, if you want to step into the way-back machine, Sony's adorable XEL-1 OLED "TV" got CNET's David Katzmaier to write: "The short story on performance is that the Sony XEL-1..displayed the deepest black levels we've ever seen from a shipping TV."What we don't: Other factors like image retention and lifespan are all things we'll have to wait to see. Contrast ratio and brightness, at least from what we've seen so far, have been incredible. As amazing as OLED is, no technology is perfect. What we know: LG has launched the 55EA9800. Samsung has the KN55S9C. Check out LG and Samsung OLED HDTVs available now: What you need to know for more info. The only other big news is that Sony and Panasonic have announced a partnership to build OLED TVs. Don't expect any models soon; they're looking to start production next year.