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Canon SED Pro Monitors on the Way? UPDATED

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Canon is holding on to this tech!
Apparently Canon is working on a full line of professional monitors using SED technology. There has been promise for years and years about Canon branded SED televisions. Lawsuits and other issues have prevented the technology from seeing the light of day.

Until now?

I guess if you’ve spent the money they have on R&D, you have to give the marketplace a chance.

From Peter Putman @ NAB 2009
“I was asked on more than one occasion about the chances of Canon’s SED making a comeback, something I would not have bet money on after the Nano Technologies licensing debacle. However, a source within Canon told me at the show that the SED is still very much alive as a pro monitor technology. Indeed, a Canon SED engineer from Japan was quietly making the rounds in the Las Vegas Convention Center to scope out the competition.”

Read More: http://displaydaily.com/2009/04/27/nab-2009-the-season-of-their-discontent/

thanks itmm_duvel & Ryan Raphael

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8 responses to “Canon SED Pro Monitors on the Way? UPDATED”

  1. I’m not holding my breath. We already have $5,000 monitors, we don’t need $8,000 ones.

  2. The original source of this news is here

    http://displaydaily.com/2009/04/27/nab-2009-the-season-of-their-discontent/

    “I was asked on more than one occasion about the chances of Canon’s SED making a comeback, something I would not have bet money on after the Nano Technologies licensing debacle. However, a source within Canon told me at the show that the SED is still very much alive as a pro monitor technology. Indeed, a Canon SED engineer from Japan was quietly making the rounds in the Las Vegas Convention Center to scope out the competition.”

  3. I have seen OLED used in mobile phones. That said, I was talking about the manufacturers support. OLED has already got big names like Sony, Samsung and LG. SED, on the other hand…

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