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|28th December 2007, 04:40||#1|
Pre-CES: OLED Technology making great strides
As I begin to think about the different technologies and gadgets I'll see during CES in a couple of weeks, OLED technology is something that really fascinates me.
Even though I know the technology is too pricey for everyday use at the moment, a price drop sometime in the next few years is inevitable. In fact, Sony said it plans to stop making rear-projection TVs, and looks forward to using OLEDs in the future.
At least one company, Samsung, plans to show off its 31-inch active matrix OLED, which I am sure will look impressive. If you're interested in OLED technology, keep a look out for articles and press releases about OLED technology, especially during CES, because the technology is a popular topic at the moment.
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