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Organic EL displays creep closer to reality


17 Jan 2004
At an exhibition at Makuhari Messe in Chiba in 2002, a crowd at the Sanyo Electric booth gawked as they were treated to a demonstration of a trial version of an organic electroluminescent (EL) display, the first time such a panel had ever been shown to the public.
The panel, the size of a TV set, was only 2-mm thick (half as thick as a liquid crystal display) and could be viewed clearly from the side.

Known as an "organic EL display panel," the next-generation viewing screen has electronics makers locked in a fierce development war that threatens to stop LCD displays in their tracks.

Japan Times
Hmmm first Sony's Libriテゥ with the e-ink, now this?

It seems like we're heading for a display revolution at least as big in size as the LCD revolution was.
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