Flexible screens are within touching distance. Sony has just shown off an 3.5″x2″ OLED screen that is so flexible, they can roll it around a pencil.
COk, this just looks cool. This is a prototype 14″ laptop from Samsung showing off a 40% transparent OLED screen. Yes, you can actually see a hand through behind the screen. Image courtesy of Engadget Sure, it’s amazing to look at, but I don’t know if I’d want one – I think I’d get easily… Continue reading CES 2010: Samsung Shows Off Laptop with Transparent/Invisible OLED Screen
At CES this year, Sony showed off their 1st OLED (Organic LED) TV that will go on sale, except it was a puny 11″ screen. It was a sweet looking TV though at 3mm thick and with a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1. But who wants 11″ of OLED when they can get 50″ of Plasma… Continue reading Samsung shows off a 82″ OLED TV with Backlight
Recently, at the Display 2008 expo trade show in Japan, Sony released an new “ultra-thin” OLED that is only 2mm thick. In addition Sony showed the newest version of the 11″ XEL-1 which is the world’s first mass-produced OLED TV. This latest version measures only .3mm in thickness which is better than the current model’s… Continue reading Sony Presents Thinner “Ultra Thin” OLED Display