Samsung Mobile Display’s prototype – Transparent Screen
Check this out, the Samsung Mobile Display’s prototype. Known as the world’s first and largest transparent OLED prototype. When it is off, the panel is up to 40 percent transparent. Video after the jump.
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A normal traditional LCD display will break into piece once it got hit by a hammer. Today, Samsung has come out with a 20-micrometer thick flexible OLED prototype that survived the hammer hits and without a scratch. Video after the jump.
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June 7, 2009 - 1:03 am
Hey dude, NEC has released a curved monitor named Ostendo CRVD-42Dwx+. It was shown at the CES 2009. This display boasts 4 DLP displays with a 10,000:1 contrast ratio, .02ms response time, 200cd/m2 brightness and a 2880 x 900 resolution. On store next month, not quite cheap, it costs $7900. One more shot.
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April 14, 2009 - 11:52 pm
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January 3, 2009 - 1:44 am
HP’s just revealed a new prototype laptop that’ll be hitting the public view at CES. It is curiously designed: the Firefly has not one but two LCDs, the smaller display sitting beneath the main screen–and the trackpad is repositioned to the right of the keyboard.