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LAS VEGAS (AP) - January 8, 2013 (WPVI) -- It's a tech glitch that had to be seen.
Or in this case not seen.
Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai had an embarrassing moment yesterday, as he unveiled the latest in high-tech TVs.
Hirai was introducing the the world's first "Ultra-HD" TV that uses organic light-emitting diodes or OLEDs.
The screen went blank as the computer running it had an error.
Hirai carried on, only to see the error continue on the 56-inch set.
Hirai said an ironic, "excellent," as a Sony staffer rolled the TV away.
Hirai adds the OLED TV is a prototype.
Price and availability haven't been announced.
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