Mitsubishi to Sell 100-inch OLED TV This Month

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[citation][nom]thesmokingman14[/nom]Let's see....that'll be 10 arms, and 6 legs!!![/citation]

And thats just wolesale, by the time it hits retail, you'll need to a score left nuts.
 

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17.6 pounds total? If it is 15 inches thick, then it is about 37 cubic feet, which means the density is less than 8 oz per cubic foot.

Since there are multiple panels that have to be held to each other, I think this most unlikely. I think it more likely that it weighs 176 pounds.
 

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[citation][nom]thejerk[/nom]you know, since you mentioned it's not HD... you might want to provide the resolution, which was 1088X640.[/citation]


Where did you find the resolution? This thing can't be 16X9. I was figuring if it was 16X9, that the resolution would be roughly 1211 X 681.

At 1088X640, that puts it at 10/17 aspect ratio.
 

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My 133" screen setup with a 1080p Panny projector that I bought 3 years ago could be bought for a total of probably $1500 right now used. Im guessing that thing sells for $50,000-$100,000
 

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"15.1 inches think."?

So who wants this thing? Sure its big, but it should have higher res, at least 1080p.

Get a $400~700 projector.
 

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The numbers quoted are for each module. Each being 128x128 pixels. They are 15.1 inches square per module. A module weighs 17.6 pounds. The screen assembled is 99mm thick.

This thing is modular for a reason, so it can be custom fit to specific customer needs. The 100 diagonal inch model is for demonstration purposes or as a general use display. These are targeting dynamic signage such as seen in sporting events or other high traffic areas like airports.

Direct link to the Mitsubishi press release:
http://global.mitsubishielectric.com/news/news_releases/2010/mel0824.pdf
 

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What's the point other than being able to say "we built the first 100 inch OLED"? Even if I had the money I would rather have that 55"; 0.33" thin Samsung LED for "just" $5,000. Its the same thickness as the screen on my MacBook Pro!!
 
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