Flexible, full-colour OLED from Sony

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Yum yum, the time will come — the time when we can take our laptops into the bathtub. Sony has moved us one step closer to this with their new flexible, full-colour OLED. OLEDs are usually done on a glass substrate, but the new tech from Sony is done on plastic. The 2.5-inch prototype does up to 16.8 million colors, with a 120 x 169 resolution, is 0.3 mm thick and weighs 1.5 grams. Sony’s planning to spin out a bunch of new tiny televisions this year using the OLED tech, with the expectation of doing more thinner and lighter gadgets in the agreeably near future. I’ll take a waterproof word processor-cum-newspaper, please. Video after the jump. [GT]

Flexible, full-color OLED

Gabrielle Taylor
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One thought on “Flexible, full-colour OLED from Sony

  • now if they can just make it into wallpaper šŸ™‚

    and on a out of contex note “cum-newspaper” šŸ˜€

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