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OLED displays have been praised as the next big thing in TV after back-lit LCDs, plasmas, and ED displays. Not only they can produce high-quality image, they are self-luminous, lightweight and flexible. In fact, OLED displays can be so flexible, it can actually wrap around a pencil even while displaying images.

Such feats in technology was recently introduced by Sony with its 4.1-inch flexible OLED prototype during an event in Japan. The display is just 80 micrometers thick with 432 x 240 resolution, a contrast ratio of just 1,000:1, and produces 100 cd/m2 brightness.

We now wonder when will be the next time we will see this from Sony. Installed in a television or a roll-up laptop, perhaps?

Source: CrunchGear

 
 

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[...] with an OLED display that can be bent and twisted to access menus, programs, and apps. This screen may have come from Sony or sourced from another manufacturer. Twist the device in opposite directions with both hands, for [...]
[...] with an OLED display that can be bent and twisted to access menus, programs, and apps. This screen may have come from Sony or sourced from another manufacturer. Twist the device in opposite directions with both hands, for [...]
[...] with an OLED display that can be bent and twisted to access menus, programs, and apps. This screen may have come from Sony or sourced from another manufacturer. Twist the device in opposite directions with both hands, for [...]
[...] with an OLED display that can be bent and twisted to access menus, programs, and apps. This screen may have come from Sony or sourced from another manufacturer. Twist the device in opposite directions with both hands, for [...]
[...] OLED displays have been praised as the next big thing in TV after back-lit LCDs, plasmas, and ED displays. Not only they can produce high-quality image, they are self-luminous, lightweight and flexible. In fact, OLED displays can be so flexible, it can actually wrap around a pencil even while displaying images. Such feats in technology was recently introduced by Sony with its 4.1-inch flexible OLED prototype dur… Read More » [...]

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