Tuesday, May 5, 2009

The next technology battle: Laser vs LED

The next technology battle: Laser vs LED

After the HD vs Blu-Ray disc format wars were over, Blu-ray emerge the clear winner, however soon to be replaced by HVD, but that’s another story.
Anywho, it seems we have another technology war upon us, also in the entertainment industry, but this time televisions.
The war this time is between Laser TV (currently backed by Mitsubishi, releasing their new
LaserVue TV) and (O)LED, who’s currently being backed by mainly by Samsung (LUXIA), but other companies are heading this route as well like Sony, LG, Philips to name a few.
Mitsubishi LaserVue VS Samsung LUXIA
I’m probably just making more out of this than is warranted. LED TV has been out for a while now, and Laser TV is only just coming out now (that’s not to say the laser tv technology hasn’t been around for a long time, it has). However, now that Mitsubishi is pushing their LaserVue laser TV’s, will that spark enough interest to win over supporters for this technology. Will it be able to break into a market already tapped by LED TV technology?That’s yet to be seen. I think LED is definitely the future, so I don’t know where laser tv will find it’s place in a market against LED competition.
What do you think?
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4 comments:

TokenGimp said...

What's enough, Plasma, LCD, OLED, Laser? What's left, besides HD3D? . What is more efficient and at what point can the human eye no longer tell the difference? I want it cheaper bigger, clearer and more reliable with lower energy consumption.

Imagine this,..a TV as small as your Cell phone able to broadcast on any surface, from any distance up to 30 feet, able to make spectral color adjustment so your TV would look the same if your wall was painted white, blue, red or black or any color in between - maybe plaid wallpaper. Maybe so you could be outside and want to show it on the side of you house, or on the side of your car, golf cart or boat. Just point your TV where you want to watch. let it figure out how far way and the color of the "screen". Then you just watch TV, movies or whatever from the internet.
Just asking.

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