Q. I read your story about OLED TV prices not likely to come down much. But I just saw that Vizio is going to have an OLED TV. Doesn’t Vizio have lower prices than other TV makers? So, wouldn’t that mean OLED TV will start costing less? — Hank, Reno, Nevada. Hank, you’re right. Vizio,
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Q. I am shopping for a 50-inch new TV and have a budget of $600-900. My wife thinks that OLED prices will come down to that range in the next year. Do you think a significant price drop is likely? — Willie, hometown withheld. Willie, let me give you the good news before the bad.
Q. I read today that LG is putting out a rollable TV that slides down into a piece of furniture so you won’t see it in the living room when it’s not being used. My question is why would anyone want that? Particularly why would anyone pay top dollar for it? Do you know anything
Q. Why won’t OLED TV prices come down? When?! — Kevin, Palatine, Illinois. Kevin, I know it seems like OLED sets from LG, Panasonic and Sony are too expensive. Way too expensive, in fact. Click Amazon: Black Friday Sale Has Begun! But remember this: A high-def LG 55-inch OLED TV cost $14,999 in 2014 when
Sony last night introduced a new Bravia OLED 4K TV, joining LG in selling the OLED model in the United States. The move should trigger more consumer interest in the OLED set which display experts have billed as offering the best picture on the market because of its vivid colors and deep blacks. Check out
Q. I know you are always looking at new TVs and checking out the prices. Have you come across any sweet deals on big-screen sets lately? — Colin, Nashville, Tenn. Colin, ask and you will receive. Amazon today is selling the LG 55-inch OLED TV (model EG9100) for just $1,651. Okay, I know. That’s $1,651