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Articles tagged with: OLED

A Massive 75inch LED TV!!

Bored of your current LED TV, Craving for a bigger one? The new Samsung ES9000 might be the right thing for you. Launched back in January, it supports an enormous 75 inch HD screen. The ES9000 Smart LED TV is driven by a powerful dual-core 1GHz processor. The powerful processor allows it to smoothly run multiple Smart TV apps concurrently. The Smart TV was introduced in South Korea earlier this week.

Samsung Stays Competitive W/ 7″ Super AMOLED Screen

Samsung is taking their work very seriously, and will roll out an improved resolution on their current 7″ AMOLED display. In order to stay competitive with new electronics models, that seem to be rolling out on a weekly basis, it seems like we are entering a pixel war.

Just a few weeks ago, we talked about the possible iPad HD, and greater resolutions all around the table from brand-name electronics manufacturers. News of this new AMOLED shouldn’t come as much of a surprise.

Olympus E-PL3 Coming This September

With Sony having released its entry level DSLRs: the alpha-nex 3D ad alpha-nex 5D, Electronics rival Olympus has also planned to release a camera having features both of a compact camera and a DSLR. Therefore, Olympus announced its interchangeable lens camera, the Olympus E-PL3 in June. But no information was provided regarding the price and release date of the unit.

Now, Olympus has at least announced the month of its arrival in the US which is September 2011. The camera will feature a 12.3 megapixel sensor with an interchangeable lens capability, a Live MOS sensor, TruePic VI image processors and an ISO ceiling of 12,800.

New HD LCD Screen By Hitachi

A new LCD screen that was launched by Hitachi, can be used for viewing 3D content without using any glasses. This latest screen is 4.5 inches wide and can be used in small gadgets and portable devices.

According to experts, a lot of improvement has been made in this new LCD screen. Last year, Hitachi launched a 3.1 inch screen with just 480*854 resolution. This time the resolution is 1280*720 which is a big difference and great improvement.

Get The Full Scoop On The PSP Vita!

We’ve briefly covered the PlayStation Vita, Sony’s next generation portable gaming console, but I wanted to cover it in-depth this time, now that we know more about it. The PSP Vita is powered by an ARM Cortex A9 processor, a PowerVR SGX543MP4+ GPU.

As we have wrote before, the WiFi and 3G model will cost $300 in the US while the Wifi only model will be $249, and it is expected to ship on November 4th of this year, making it a hot commodity.

Paper-Thin Sheet Measures Battery Life

Although most smartphones and tablets have built-in rechargeable batteries, there are still many electronics that run on the tried and true AA or AAA batteries. From inexpensive cameras to other types of electronics, batteries are still necessary.

Rechargeable batteries are great because you can just plug them in a wall-charger and not have to repeatedly buy packs and packs of batteries, draining your bank account. But how do you know if your batteries need a recharging?

Tokyo Museum Set To Unveil Interactive OLED Globe

The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo will present an OLED geo-cosmos. The Geo-cosmos was designed to display images of the Earth taken from a meteorological satellite, and includes cloud formations and storm patterns.

The globe measures six meters around and has a resolution of approximately 10 million pixels, spanning 103,620 PMOLED (Passive Matrix OLED) panels, each measuring 96 sq mm.

Toshiba Gears Up For Massive OLED Production

Toshiba introduced the OLED as the most portable and most flexible screen, measuring at a size of 0.1mm and weighing in at just a gram. OLED was and is the first flexible screen introduced by Toshiba, as it utilizes an oxide semiconductor TFT, the OLED is composed of a plastic substrate at a temperature of 200 Celsius.

OLED Displays Are Now 2x More Efficient

Researchers from the University of Toronto have developed a special technique that produces OLED devices that will encourage consumers to adopt OLED technology embedded within flat-panel displays and through various lighting technologies.

The process requires the production of a one-atom thick sheet of chlorine onto the surface of indium tin oxide material. The layer of chlorine is applied to the surface with an ultra violet assisted process that negates the need for chlorine gas. The indium tin oxide is used as the electrode material that is currently found in flat panel displays. The outcome of this engineering process would be a more efficient and less costly OLED device.

M-Pad: The Next Gen Tablet

The M-Pad was designed by German developer Volker Hübner and was built to meet the needs for professional designers and developers. The M-pad has a number of features that makes it distinct in its class of tablets. The device features an intuitive multitouch display, with a pressure sensitive stylus. The unit carries multiple “fixed” buttons and boasts a 15.6-inch OLED display. The M-Pad has a surprising nine fixed buttons at one end of the front panel. The purpose of this design is to allow users to control the touchscreen with the right hand while using the left hand for “keyboard input.” What I mean by keyboard input is of course, standard key functions; Alt, Ctrl, Escape, Space, Shift, etc.