Dell introduce the world thinnest Tablet Pc with a 8.4 inch Super Amoled Display with WQXGA (2560x1600pixel) resolution. This display has 359 pixel per inch with 4 million pixel and will be produced by Samsung Display. It is the same Display like the Galaxy S! Dell suggest: OLED Infinity Edge-to-Edge Display Capture every incredible image a vibrant 8.4-inch touch display that’s perfect for sharing all your favorite photos, videos and more. The tablet has a Android OS with the 64 bit quad core Atom Moorefield technology processor. Dell says this is the world thinnest tablet pc and is only 6 mm thin. Another great feature is Intel’s RealSense Snapshot Depth Camera. Optional Dell Cast adapter Project to a TV or monitor or turn a screen into your desktop and connect with a keyboard and mouse to use your tablet like a PC.
Kia announced a new electric car, the 2015 Soul EV. The vehicle has a 109 bhp engine and a 27 kWh L-ion battery that gives it a range of 93 miles. This environmental friendly car uses 23 kg of plant-based interior plastics (made from cellulose and sugar cane base). In the instrument cluster, the Soul EV uses a 3.5″ OLED display. It provides information on the energy flow, charging time, ECO driving level and energy economy. It also provides a three-stage alert for the Soul EV’s State of Charge (SOC) – so you can quickly determine when it’s time for charging. Read more about Kia's 2015 Soul EV uses a 3.5" white PMOLED display
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Korean analysts say that the Galaxy Note 4 will not be enough to boost Samsung’s mobile unit sales, and they do not expect the new phone model to outsell the Galaxy Note 3. Hyundai securities expect Samsung to sell 1.5 million GN4 in Q3, and 9.5 million in Q4 – similar to the Note 3 sales following its launch. The analysts say that while the Galaxy Note 4 has some improvements over the Note 3, such as a better display (5.7″ 2560 x 1440 Super AMOLED ), better S pen sensitivity and a metal frame, it is not enough to excite consumers. Read more about Korean analysts do not expect Note 4 to outsell the Note 3
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LG Display says True RGB OLED-Tv can not compete with WRGB – LG says white OLED patents from Kodak is the key for success!
The Global communications Director Ken Hong, spoke at the IFA-2014 about LG-Displays OLED-Tv investemts and their competitior with True RGB OLED-Tv (Samsung). LG Display bought the patent rights for the white OLED technology from KOdak nobody thought that this deal can be a successful business. Kodak developed the white OLED panel technology and LG bought this patents that allows to get this 80 percent plus yield. This decision brings LG-Display in a very good position their rivals can not compete with this technology, LG think no competitior can catch us for 2-3 years. I hope you can remember our article Why LG Display will dominate the OLED-TV panel market in 2014? By the way the LG pays 100 million dollar back in 2009 to get that kind of gold mine. LG invest a lot of money also in some new production lines to achieve high production quantities for its 4K OLED-Television. On the other side Samsung Display has no plans to introduce True Pixel RGB OLED-Tvs soon. Maybe we see 2015 with some new architecture technology some new panels from Samsung. And LG says our competitor says the customers are not ready for that kind of panels, LG thinks they’re not ready
LG Chem announced it developed new OLED lighting panels that features 100 lm/W and a lifetime of 40,000 hours. The plan is to release these panels towards the end of 2014. It’s not clear, but it’s likely that LG Chem aims to replace all current 60 lm/W OLED panels with the new 100 lm/W ones. According to reports from Korea, LG Chem claims that their OLED panels will be available at lower prices compared to LED lighting. I’m guessing this is more of a “forward looking” statement as OLED panels are still very expensive, even after LG’s plan to cut OLED prices by about 60% in Q3 2014 (from about $600/Klm to about $200/Klm). Read more about LG Chem to soon release 100 lm/W OLED lighting panels
CNet posted an interesting interview with LG’s Global Communication Directory, Ken Hong. Ken says that their OLED TV production yields are over 80% now – and it’s all thanks to the WRGB technology they bought originally from Kodak . Ken says that LG has a large lead over competitors – and they do not expect anyone to catch up for at least 2-3 years. Ken further says that consumers are ready for OLED TVs now. He says that other makers cannot produce OLED TVs with reasonable yields and this is why they say consumers are not ready. At the current price point, LG’s job is to educate consumers why they should spend a premium on OLED technology. Read more about LG says OLED TV yields at over 80%, WRGB puts it years ahead of competitors
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LG officially launched its first 4K OLED TV, the 65″ 65EC9700 in the US – and it will start shipping in October 2014. The official price is $10,000 – but the real price will be lower. Cleveland Plasma offers it for pre-order for $6,250 for example. The 77″ 77EC9800 , which will launch in November through “select retailers” has an official price of $25,000. It’s actually weird how way out of touch are LG’s official prices for those OLED TVs. The 55EC9300 55″ FHD model is still listed as $6,999 while it is being offered for $3,499 . The 2013 model ( 55EA9800 ) is listed at $8,999 (yes, higher than the new model!) while prices are usually below $3,000 . Read more about LG 65" 4K OLED TV to ship in the US in October 2014 for $6,250
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LG Chem Worlds first OLED which can compete against LED – OLED light panels from LG Chem can compete with LED
LG Chem is happy to announce that their development team can showcase the world first high efficacy OLED light panel which can compete against LED. This panel has a high luminous efficacy and long lasting performance. Now lets talk about the numbers, the new panel has an efficacy rate of 100 lumens per watt with 40.000 hours of lifetime. As a example the organic light emitting diodes lighting panels which are available today have 60 lumens per watt. OLED does have more advantages against LED this panels weight 20 percent lighter than LED lights. LG Chem says that the assembly process of OLED lighting panels does not need heat sinks and frames. “Thus, OLED lights do not waste energy (as much as LEDs).” The panels are much more environmentally friendly than LEDs. OLED lights do not have hazardous heavy metal components such as mercury and lead. This brand new panel are ready for mass produce in November for North America and Europe It already secured partnerships with some 50 companies in those regions including Acuity Brands, with the aim of sealing deals to supply OLED panels for automotive rear lamps to global automakers. Source Source Videos from LG-Chem OLED LG Chem OLED at Light and Building 2014 Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post’s poll.
Dell’s Venue 8 7000 is an Android tablet based o Intel’s 64-bit quad-core Atom architecture (Moorefield) with a 8.4″ WQXGA (2560×1600) Super AMOLED display (359 PPI), similar to Samsung’s own Galaxy Tab S . This is the world’s thinnest tablet at 6 mm, and features Intel’s RealSense Snapshot Depth Camera. Dell did not yet reveal the release date or price of the Venue 8 7000.
New OLED gadget: Dell Venue 8 7000
So Apple did unveil their smartwatch yesterday! The simply called Apple Watch is a square-bodied touch-enabled smart watch, and you can see it below. It comes in three choices of materials (aluminum, stainless steel and 18-karat gold), includes four sensors, changeable straps and requires an iPhone to pair with. The most exciting feature seems to be the “Digital Crown” button navigator. And the most interesting thing – Apple did not reveal the display type, besides saying that it is a “flexible Retina” display, and that the cover is sapphire. They didn’t even detail the resolution or size of the display. To cut a long story short – I believe that Apple did not yet choose whether this is an LCD or an OLED. My explanation below… Read more about Apple announced their smartwatch, did not disclose the display type…
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