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I’ve only just fallen in to the major advantages of the new OLED screen technology being worked on by the world’s majors, including the Philips prototype seen here. Sounds as if it could be excellent once mass manufacturing becomes a reality. I assume that no backlight means exceptionally low power consumption as well.

‘Polymer OLED display technology…offers excellent black-level performance and outstanding picture contrast since a polymer OLED display is an emissive display. This also means that it requires no backlight and can therefore be manufactured in exceptionally thin form-factors, enabling displays no thicker than a pane of glass, with no compromise on display characteristics.’

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