Plenty of hype and pretty pictures, and a few cool surprises I’ve been going to CES since the days when press kits were made of actual paper (and you needed a Toshiba rolly bag to carry them all home). Over the years there’s one trend that’s becoming more and more apparent: Don’t expect many real details at the show. Prices? Availability? Yeah, right. Models beyond flagships and concept displays? Good luck. Information that’s not subject to change when the TV actually hits the market? HA! Heck, last year Samsung only showed one model of TV at CES, saving the real meat for mid-April. LG OLED TV rolls up like a piece of paper The mind-blowing 18-inch concept display rolls up a piece of the TV future. by David Katzmaier 1:12 Close LG OLED TV rolls up like a piece of paper
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New displays will be big, bright, fast, and thin—but not cheap
For the past decade, two television display technologies—liquid crystal and plasma—have fought for supremacy, and although the LCD won the battle, it is about to lose the war. A third contender’s star is rising: the organic light-emitting diode, or OLED.
The thin, bright, beautiful, low-power OLED has been shining from the occasional cellphone or digital camera for several years now, but manufacturing problems kept its cost too high and its effective lifetime too short for consideration in big-screen TV.
This year, however, at least four major manufacturers think the time is right to sell 55-inch sets to consumers with cash to spare and an urge to own the latest and greatest gizmo. In a few years, OLED will reign supreme—at least until the next big technology comes along
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LG Display, the industry’s first plastic substrate “ succeeded in adopting e-paper production. Not fall or be damaged budithyeodo eBook market, based on the characteristics that enhance targeting plans.
LG Display (NYSE hansangbeom) is the world’s first glass instead of the plastic substrate using electronic ink (E-Ink) based on 6 inches XGA (1024 × 768)-class e-paper (EPD) in production plunge was announced on May 29. plastic e-paper in China ODM (original design manufacturers) is a professional supplier in the first supply. The finished product will be released early next month on the European market. LG Display has developed a strong column of plastic electronic paper, mobile phones, the thickness of the protective film level is characterized by the adoption of a plastic substrate. Glass of the same size and resolution compared with e-paper thin thickness of 0.7 ㎜ the third degree level. Less than half the weight is only 14g. Approximately 1.5m in the vertical drop test failure did not occur at all, with a small hammer, smash urethane in mice did not cause damage to the screen. LG to mass production of electronic paper display, thin plastics, light and unbreakable new ‘e-book `This was expected to emerge in the market one after another. Another approximately 40 degrees relative to the center of the screen on the inside and outside of a flexible design is possible to see a book in his hand a paper similar to the actual user experience will be able to offer. yeosangdeok Vice President (Mobile / OLED Business Division), the “FPR 3D like consumers really want and need to come up with technologies and products, LG Display’s product development philosophy, “said” plastic electronic paper based on the successful experience of the production, plastic-based OLED and flexible displays will continue to speed up development even more “he said. yangjong firstname.lastname@example.org seokgija
LG’s newborn steps in the creation of newborn ePaper – and it is exclusive the production of his fag – an process of 9.7-inch colouration pass and a 19-inch pliant announced.
Epaper is utilised in most eBook readers and in the forthcoming could ingest whatever tablets, and as the LG to the screens for the Kindle and IPAD to produce, would be a beatific communication of what every of us in the nearby future, urge. to
First, a 9.7 progress display, the colouration hold – a denseness in the ePaper. It seems same our next-generation eBook reverend could eventually provide us a flooded spectrum of colors.
Subsequently, a 19-inch pliant e-paper, the activity of a super-slim 0.3 mm and consideration 130 grams, making it pliant ePaper yet. Can we wait the roll-up eNewspapers eReaders or in the future?