Don't count on an OLED TV for the holidays, report warns

Don't count on an OLED TV for the holidays, report warns

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Anyone hoping to get a big screen OLED high definition television for the holidays will likely be disappointed in 2012. In fact, eager buyers could end up waiting until as late as 2016 for a significant selection of OLED TVs to hit store shelves, according to a report from...
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