So does this mean we'll get a computer monitor like this in the future, I would sure love to bast over the improved contrast levels and colors that current LCD's can't (and past CRT's can) reproduce.
Anyways, I don't know what the first model will be or whether or not it'll get good reviews but OLED is a good technology, it's a shame that it doesn't last as long as it does for computer monitors in the consumer area. I don't know how AMOLED works or if it's longer lasting then ordinary OLED's but if it is longer lasting then it's going to be a major, major plus for that kind of technology.
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"We look forward to helping make the promise of AMOLED television a commercial reality at a price point that is within reach for the mass consumer market" Yeah right, just like the BS that these company's have promised for years about OLED that it was cheaper to produce because it doesn't need a back-light and it can be produced on different substrates to further reduced costs. Well none of that happened, AMOLED Oled or whatever they end up calling it will never be affordable, look at that sony OLED 20 inch tv thats 20,000 dollars. I'll pass i don't want my tv to cost $10,000 or more for a 40 inch display. I'll stick with LED lcd even though its not ideal.
I'm down for a cheap AMOLED display. :-)
Yeah, a 30" screen for $125.00 sounds good to me.
Make it so.
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Rocking... any speculation on which company they signed an agreement with. I would suspect Panasonic or Toshiba.
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