Mehr Details zur CES 2012 unter: Mehr als 153.000 Besucher zählte die Consumer Electronics Show in diesem Jahr 2012 (10. bis 13. Januar 2012). Etwa 20.000 neue Produkte wurden laut Messeleitung vorgestellt. In unseren 15 Minuten HD Video haben wir die wichtigsten und interessantesten Highlights für Sie zusammengestellt. Wenn Sie Ihnen gefällt, empfehlen Sie das Video gern weiter. Besuchen Sie unsere Webseite:

To learn more: Check out Sony’s “Crystal LED Display,” shown on a Full HD, 55-inch prototype model at CES. It is the industry’s first 55-inch Full HD self-emitting display using LEDs as the light source. It showcases using unique methods to mount ultrafine LEDs in each of the Red-Green-Blue (RGB) colors, equivalent to the number of pixels (approximately six-million LEDs for Full HD). The RGB LED light source is mounted directly on the front of the display, dramatically improving the light use efficiency. This results in images with strikingly higher contrast (in both light and dark environments), wider color gamut, superb video image response time, and wider viewing angles when compared to existing LCD and plasma displays, with low power consumption. Furthermore, due to the display’s structure, the “Crystal LED Display” is also ideal for large screens. Parallel to its continued development and commercialization of organic light emitting diode (OLED) displays, Sony will work conscientiously to bring the “Crystal LED Display” to market. You can learn more about this new display tech when Anthony from SGNL by Sony chats with a member from the product team. Subscribe for CES coverage! More SGNL

23 thoughts on “CES 2012 Highlights (15 Minuten HD Video) – Consumer Electronics Show Las Vegas

  1. jd18504 says:

    for it to be passive only half of the horizontal lines are visible to one eye and the other half are visible to the other eye, so that is 540p per eye, however, each eye sees what the other doesn’t see in the picture so it does combine to 1080p, it’s not as good as 1080p per eye but it’s good for the price. If you’re in the market for a 3DTV you should just wait for OLED or Crystal LED, they have no input lag so they shouldn’t have any ghosting at all,it will pretty much be perfect 3D

  2. mathburn1 says:

    they just the first that announce OLED TV for sale not the first who researh it right.who know that Crystal LED can beat the OLED who know that it will more efficient than OLED.Samsung make the OLED popular because of their smartphone that use AMOLED instead of LCD or LED(back lighting).sorry for my bad english.

  3. TurkishHegemony says:

    not true, OLED was invented by Sony, they had the first very expensive and small OLED tv back in 2008. Sony just goes to the next technology, whatever it is OLED or CLED they will be both awesome becoz LED and LCD tvs suck

  4. mathburn1 says:

    LG have their way to solve this problem (WOLED).Samsung will find other element to use in Blue or Green sub-pixel if i know don’t wrong.sorry for my bad english.

  5. mrdiamondback1 says:

    we can only hope… Well the ps3 is selling very much as you see in vgchartz(dot) com and the vita is selling too very good. Sony makes movies and own like 70 procents of all music.

  6. Sitti2300 says:

    Not just Sony. Everybody is losing money on TV, that includes Sharp, Panasonic, Samsung, LG, I mean everybody. Actually maybe not Sharp… Anyway because of price of TV is dropping sharply faster than expected, more TVs they make, more loses they take. 2012 is the year of how each company restructure its TV devisions and how much they can reduce the cost. Sony is expecting to turn it into profit over next 2 to 3 years.

  7. jd18504 says:

    all 3DTVs except for LG’s Cinema TV’s can show 1080p per eye, as long as the source is sequential. This should have no resolution fall, this is not an “LED” display, samsung made a huge mistake in calling those led backlit LCDs “LED,” that should’ve been the name of this. Each pixel is made up of 3 individual leds for red blue green, that’s 6,220,800 leds, and they should have near to zero input lag, so no motion res drop and also Perfect Blacks and Whites!

  8. solarfox2010 says:

    Now this technology will go in drawer and wait for few years than will be out again (maybe) and bring to market.
    Same as LG and Samsung doing with OLED. They have OLED almost in same time as LCD. But it`s so cheap to produce rest imagine for yourself….

  9. TheFred128 says:

    only show images with little movement

    now show videos, games running with big movement I want to see the resolution dynamics fall, like all lcd, led

    These real 1080p tvs send to each eye, when in 3D?

    Plasmas can have the image in real 1080p,
    for each eye in glasses.

  10. blanarahul says:

    The flagship LED-LCD Backlit 55 inch TV from Sony costs 4000$. IMO this should cost about 4500$-5500$ for the 55 inch version.
    BTW that 4000$ TV has Full Array LEDs with Local Dimming.

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