Sony enters OLED fray
IF CRICKET season has taught Australia anything it’s about the benefits of OLED TVs. Thanks Dave Warner. Sony’s first consumer OLED TV, the A1E, comes with a screen promising the same great “true black” colour display as the LG TVs currently on the market. But the A1E doesn’t produce sound like any other TV before it. Instead of using speakers the TV uses a technology called Acoustic Surface that sounds like the noise is coming from the display itself.
It uses similar technology to LG’s OLED TVs but like other Sony screens the A1E is a smart TV running Android. It can connect to the internet and have content cast to it from phones, tablets or PCs and run apps available on the TV’s Google Play store. Price TBA
SPECS: 55, 65 and 77-inch options Android TV Dolby Vision HDR Ultra HD Rear kickstand. Sony’s OLED TV the A1E.