CES 2011 Report – The Best OLED Innovations on OLED-display.net

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Complementary Editorial Service for online magazines and print publications: The latest photos and videos from the CES for free publication

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OLED-display.net has set up a complementary editorial service for journalists:under Oled-display.net you will find free high-resolution pictures and videos of the latest OLED innovations of the CES 2011.

OLED-display.net presents the most interesting innovations from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2011 in Las Vegas. The leading online portal for OLED - the display and lighting technology of the future – will be live on-site every day from 5 to 9 January reporting on the latest OLED products and the latest prototypes. Examples include 3D TVs without extra glasses, transparent displays and flexible AMOLED displays with extremely high resolution.

This year, the exhibitors at the CES presented an especially large range of innovations: The OLED Association, for example, presented not only five transparent OLED lighting panels by Novaled on glass but also a flexible 4-inch AMOLED-Display on metal foil. Visitors also had the chance to admire LG’s new 31-inch 3D-OLED TV panel.

“Samsung Mobile Display (SMD) has some especially interesting prototypes on show,” says Erich Strasser, publisher and editor-in-chief of OLED-display.net. “Flexible 4.5-inch AMOLED displays can be rolled together with a radius of just a few centimetres yet has full WVGA-resolution with its 800 x 480 pixels – four times as many as current prototypes.”

Another innovation by Samsung is the world’s first large transparent AMOLED display: a 19-inch prototype for televisions and monitors. With up to 30 percent transparency, it would allow you, for example, to surf the internet while watching TV. Erich Strasser: “In the near future there will also be completely transparent touch screen monitors like in the films Minority Report or Avatar.”

Free photos for editors

OLED-display.net has set up a complementary editorial service for journalists: under http://www.oled-display.net/press you will find free high-resolution pictures and videos of the latest OLED innovations of the CES 2011. Publication in online and print media is free of charge as long as OLED.at is mentioned as the source in the subscripts.

For further information on OLEDs go to http://www.oled-display.net

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With over 200,000 visits each month, OLED-display.net and Oled.at are one of the leading portals for information on future OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) display and lighting technology. Since 2004, the platform has provided information on new products, technologies and trends in the OLED sector from its headquarters in Hofstetten/Austria. Austrian Erich Strasser is the founder, publisher and editor-in-chief of OLED-display.net and has close ties with leading OLED manufacturers and often receives exclusive information first-hand.

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