The Nikkei Electronics Breakdown Team has obtained Sony's 11-inch OLED TV, XEL-1.
"Such a big box for an 11-inch TV," we thought aloud as we opened the box, only to find another box inside.
The black inner box has an extremely simple design, bearing only the words "SONY" and "OLED Digital TV XEL-1" in Japanese.
We took out the TV from the box. We carefully removed a black suede protection cover from the display screen. The display unit of OLED TV finally appeared.
After checking out the TV itself, we moved on to the accessories. The TV came with a remote control unit, a VHF/UHF coaxial antenna connection cable, an AC adapter, a cleaning cloth, a cover for the terminals on the back and an instruction manual.
We laid out what was in the box and the first thing we noticed was the slim remote control and the large AC adapter. The remote is only about 10mm thick. It looked like it was tailored to the slimness of the OLED TV. The adapter, measuring about 31mm in thickness, is slightly thicker than a circuit block of the tuner, etc located at the lower part of the TV main body.
We finished examining the content of the box. Before tearing it apart, we wanted to see the high contrast ratio that was exhibited at the press conference and at several exhibitions, so we turned on the TV. ...
- [Breaking Down OLED TV] We Got Sony's OLED TV [Part 1]
- [Breaking Down OLED TV] We Watched Digital Terrestrial Broadcast [Part 3]
- [Breaking Down OLED TV] Sony's Commitment in the Instruction Manual [Part 4]
- [Breaking Down OLED TV] Drive Circuit Layout Realizes 3mm Thickness [Part 5]
- [Breaking Down OLED TV] Details of OLED Panel Exposed [Part 6]
- [Breaking Down OLED TV] Lump of Cu Found in TV Mount [Part 7]
- [Breaking Down OLED TV] 'Black Stones' on Main Board [Part 8]
- [Breaking Down OLED TV] Close Look at Ethernet Connector [Part 9]
- [Breaking Down OLED TV] High Full On/Off Contrast Ratio [Part 10]