Re: For that you need (new term) OLED
OLED are really diode like Electroluminescent dots, not true LED. Most people have only seen very large discrete (possibly) 2mm to 6mm LEDs on billboard sized panels, so Sony called their proof of concept real LED TV a Crystal TV.
What about 3D displays? Almost all are stereoscopic.
Or Laser (or worse Lazer) used in a description of something that's only LED?
Or HiFi (most can't meet 1970s DIN standards)
Or Enhanced Bass sound bars and Bluetooth speakers with loudspeakers inside similar to a 1960s pocket transistor set.
Digital TV aerials. (The signal is coded "analogue" unless Morse code and there is no such thing as a "Digital" aerial for anything),
A 14nm device is not 14nm in sense a 90nm device was 90nm.
Internet Radio. It's NOT a radio, not even in the sense of DAB. No broadcast transmission (even WiFi is not really broadcast, 10 clients can't use the SAME transmission, you'll get a little less than 1/10th of the bandwidth each).
Apple TV: It's got no cable/satellite/terrestrial tuner and it's got no screen.
At least Amazon removed "Kindle" from the Fire (it's a crippled Android LCD tablet, not a long battery life eInk screened eReader).
Stuff being advertised in supermarkets etc with no mention at all that you need Internet and probably uncapped broadband to use it AT ALL.
I looked at Wacom note taking gadget, it DID indicate it uses Cloud & Broadband. The box seemed to suggest it couldn't download to my laptop WITHOUT "the cloud". Maybe you can just use a USB cable like a Kindle or Kobo or my phone, but it didn't seem so.
Marketing of tech is totally broken. Much of the actual SW & HW seems stupid now too in reality.