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Up until now OLED displays have always been on the small side, but LG's new OLED display is anything but that. The 55" OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diodes) display will be presented at CES 2011, boasting 100,000:1 contrast ratio and vibrant colors that challenge any LCD display
So you thought Black Friday and Cyber Monday hosted the best deals for the holidays? Well, Walmart has just announced the BIG Christmas Event which might even get a retweet from Santa. A few electronics deals Walmart is advertising include: A Vizio 32" Class 1080p LED HDTV for $298; a Vizio 3D Blu-ray Player with Built-in WiFi for $98; And, select Xbox 360, Wii, and PS3 games for $39.96 each.
Sony Bravia TV owners might want to check out the new firmware update now available online. The update includes support for high-definition video from YouTube -- a welcome addition which is of course contingent upon the quality of the clip you're watching. The firmware update from Sony also includes the ability to view Facebook videos and photos in full screen on your TV.
Amazon's Cyber Monday is highlighted by a deal on their top of the line Kindle DX. The regularly priced $379 reader with 9.7" E Ink display and free 3G wireless network is on sale for $259 (a savings of $120).
Here's a list of Black Friday Deals on HDTVs, Blu-ray Players, home theater systems and other electronics available at Sony.com. The discounts on products are available from Nov. 20 through December 3 (although there are some deals that end sooner -- see details below). Free ground shipping is available from Sony.com through December 10, 2011.
Well if this isn’t enough time to prepare your Black Friday strategy… Best Buy is among the retailers whose ads have now been “leaked”, with sumptuous pages of savings ready for turkey-stuffed bargain warriors to pounce on November 25. The top spot on page one of the circular goes to a 42” LCD Sharp TV that will surely be responsible for a few busted doors with its $199 price tag.
Sony has made a statement about certain Bravia HDTVs that might overheat and ignite internally due to a faulty component. The "rare" occasions were reported in Japan where in some cases the overheating burned a hole through part of the HDTV's cabinet.