Are you looking for a new TV? There are a lot of options to choose from. TVs come in multiple sizes, but their difference doesn’t end there. You might have heard about OLED when you visit Abenson stores, but what exactly are they? Are they better than the usual TVs you already have at home?
What is OLED TV?
OLED stands for organic light-emitting diode. It’s somehow similar to the LED technology TVs use today, but it can be extremely thin. The “organic” term is what makes OLED more advanced than conventional TV technology.
With OLED, individual pixels light up and shut down independently to produce amazing contrast. That’s why when you see an OLED TV playing a video, you’ll notice it has the deepest blacks you’ll see on a TV. Plus, the colors really pop out!
What are the advantages of OLED over LCD?
The most visible advantage of OLED TVs is their thinness. We invite you to check out the OLED TVs on display at Abenson stores nationwide or our online catalog on www.abenson.com to appreciate their beauty.
As already mentioned, OLED produces really deep blacks on any image, something LCD can’t easily do. The overall picture quality of an OLED TV is also noticeably more pleasing and stunning compared to an LCD TV. Additionally, an OLED TV has really wide viewing angles so you can view whatever you’re watching wherever you’re sitting in the room.
Which is better?
With all the advancements of OLED technology, there’s no doubt that an OLED TV is better than LCD. However, all of the new features come at a cost. OLED TVs don’t come in small sizes (usually above 55 inches) and they don’t come cheap. Even older models are still pretty expensive.
If you want to splurge on a brand new TV, be sure to check out the OLED TVs on display at Abenson!