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[Source] The new Optimus keyboard will allow every key to be customized to whatever graphic you wish.
I love OLED to bits, and so with this blog, I'll be aiming to bring insight, opinion, along with (only) the cream of news.
As many of you probably already know, OLED is a wonderful lighting technology which will be suitable for television, handheld devices (such as ipods and mobile phones) and even general purpose lighting. Compared to LCD, CRT or plasma, it has the advantage of being solid state, with deep blacks, colour saturation and a near 180 degree viewing angle.
They're also super thin. We're talking about a display which can be measured in MILLIMETRES or less, not centimetres. Combine that with the ability to manufacture OLED screens with printing
techniques and we have the potential to hang giant OLED screens on the wall or on every packet of cornflakes. OLED's response rate is also second to none, so expect fluid video, with none of the motion blur plaguing LCD screens.
In fact, almost every possible benchmark you can think of looks favourable next to LCD or plasma. That's why it's not just an evolutionary step in the world of lighting/display technology, but a complete revolution. OLED will be everywhere; a standard.
Of course, there are a couple of short term hurdles yet to overcome, including cost of manufacture, and the lifetime of the blue OLED element. But these issues are being solved, and of course Sony have already released their small but tasty XEL-1 11" OLED TV
(if you have $2500 to spare). A quick search in the news
will yield increasing amounts of OLED related coverage. With everything from mobile phones
to Apple's upcoming laptop
, to embedded displays for each key in the new Optimus keyboard
, the future's looking bright indeed.