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Don't drop displays if you can help it
Twice as bright, or half the power.
And some other cases.
Higher-res LCD display, too.
Aims at OLED, micro-LED panels.
That's static contrast, too.
1080p OLED with <18ms latency.
Both boasting high-res AMOLED screens.
The future of display technologies is still some way off.
New low persistence displays and camera tracking improve latest prototype.
Sony and Panasonic have teamed up to produce large-format OLED-based displays, offering improved image quality.
Arc Computers has released videos demonstrating its curved notebook concept.
Samsung has announced plans to mass produce a 3.3" WVGA AMOLED display for mobile handsets which features capacitive touch elements integrated directly on to the panel.
A California-based startup is claiming that its Laser Phosphor Displays - which offer higher viewing angles, better contrast, and no motion blur - represent the future.
A photo showing front panel glass measuring 10" on the diagonal provides fuel for the rumours that Apple's upcoming tablet will be an oversized iPhone.
Mitsubishi has demonstrated a prototype 155" OLED display for commercial use, which is made up of 1.5" square building blocks - and can be made bigger or smaller at will.
Kodak's labs have released demonstration images of a flexible OLED display which, in a marked departure from the norm, can operate completely submerged in water.
A new technique for the creation of OLED displays could lead to devices becoming as "inexpensive as printing newspapers" according to a Japanese researcher.
Samsung has become the second major handset manufacturer to dip its toes in the Android waters, with the I7500 smartphone running Google's open source OS.
CES 2009: Sony CEO Sir Howard Stringer demonstrated the world's first flexible OLED technology today during his keynote at CES.
Scientists in South Korea have unveiled a breakthrough which greatly enhances the quality of the blue layer in an OLED screen - paving the way for big-screen units.
Beleaguered Korean corporation Samsung has taken the wrapping off its next-generation quad-HD LCD panel, featuring 120Hz refresh rate and a massive 82" visible screen size.
Sony has unveiled its first pro-level OLED display, an 11" unit designed to be mated with high-definition broadcast cameras.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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