these TV's emit light similar to LCD, but better contrast ratio and brighter. OLED's can be very bright, but they do have a lifespan. currently they are very expensive. but because of the fact that they are LED's, they also should last longer than LCD backlight bulbs. And they are really thin! (3mm)
Samsung LED TVs, available from samsung
$1600-4000(May 22, 2009)
Multiple sizes: 32",40",46",55" (series 6, 7, 8), 120Hz or 240Hz video.
The series 6 32" alone has: 120Hz video, super contrast ratio: 3,000,000:1, DTV tuner, D-Sub connector, ethernet, component video, RF in, (2) USB 2.0, (4) HDMI. swivels left/right and has ultra-slim wall mount, caption, Picture-in-picture, Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC), Game Mode, speakers.USB 2.0 Movie-Multi-Media-Center. Movie,JPEG. product weight: 28.2lbs (32")
Organic LED (OLED) TV
Sony Organic LED (OLED) TV, available from sony
9/19/2009. 11". 960x540. 1 year warranty (?). HDMI, headphones jack, RF in. screen tilts. unlike the samsung displays, the sony has
LED Backlit LCD TV's
these are the least expensive.
only slightly more expensive than regular LCD displays. check out this .
look at the LC..LE... model numbers.
look for the catalog pdf and look at the model numbers.
it's the second major list down of model numbers under "Public Display": LD320WXN