Ben Cantrick (mackys) wrote,
Ben Cantrick

I want OLED displays *now* damnit!

What's so special about OLEDs?

The key is a luminous screen that has no back light, and is therefore capable of more vibrant colors while burning less power. It uses a process called electroluminescence, which also means the image doesn't lose quality when viewed from an angle.

Companies like Universal Display Corp., Cambridge Display and Eastman Kodak are racing to complete research and development of OLEDs, which are still three to five years away from being widely adopted in gadgets like cell phones screens, PDAs and digital cameras.
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