How thin can TVs get?

Flat-panel TV as thin as just 6.5-millimeters at the International Consumer Electronics Show

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LG Display is on the verge of beginning commercial production of a 15-inch OLED (organic light emitting diode) panel that's suitable for use in televisions and laptop computers, the company said. The screen is just 1.4 millimeters thick and is expected to go into production in June this year. OLED is an emerging flat-panel display technology that uses an organic material in the pixels that emits its own light, so a backlight isn't needed. That helps make the displays thinner and much less power-hungry. OLED screens also handle fast-moving images better and offer richer color reproduction than current LCDs (liquid crystal displays) and PDPs (plasma display panels).

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