OLED is a difficult technology to make in large screen sizes, which is why there are only a couple of small-size OLED sets available today. But if this 31-inch prototype set from LG is any indication, when those big screen sizes come, the results will be hot, hot, hot.
The svelte set is only 0.11 of an inch thick. Honestly, at that thin, I'd start to get worried about accidentally bending the TV, or snapping it in two. This thing's gorgeous, though the photo clearly indicates the TV is closer to concept than reality, since there's no hint of connectors or other electronics (presumably they're in the base).
Meant to show off "next-generation" displays, the OLED set toggles between 3D and 2D imagery easily and has an impressive refresh rate of 600 Hz. The prototype will be on display at the IFA trade show in Berlin later this week. Of course, this TV isn't a real product yet, so when LG actually starts selling larger-screen OLED screens like this, the mileage may vary. Still, sexy.