It's not the biggest OLED display we've seen, but Toshiba Matsushita Display Technology's new 20.8-inch model is apparently the largest yet developed that's based on low-temperature poly-silicon technologies. That key distinction supposedly not only reduces power consumption, but actually increases the brightness of the display -- certainly not an insignificant feat. On the downside, the display's 1,280 x 768 resolution isn't exactly all that impressive for something this size, although we suspect/hope that'll get a boost by the time this is eventually commercialized. Unfortunately, it's not exactly clear when that might happen, although the company does seem seem confident that the technology will wind up in the "next-generation" of TV sets and monitors.

[Via Impress]

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