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Now that SED technology is on the verge of kicking the vapor filled bucket, how about another advanced display technology to tie your insanely high hopes to? Optically compensated bend -- oh wait, this isn't new -- technology is supposed to provide clear viewing in sunlight, \"wide viewing angles, a

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Oh boy, another bendy display we won't likely see on the market any time soon. This time it's Sony's turn to tout with this, their 2.5-inch, 160 x 120 pixel OLED display on a flexible plastic film. Better yet, this organic TFT delivers a relatively stellar 16.7 million colors compared to the 262k a

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Corega has announced two new Japan-only 1680 x 1050, 22-inch LCDs: the CG-L22WDGW and CG-L22WDGB. Both models feature glossy finishes, 1000:1 contrast ratios, 5ms response times, dual DVI-D, VGA, and Component inputs, plus 2 x 5 Watt speakers -- welcome to tinny city. The only difference between the

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Ok, we have heard of the Klegg Mini MP3 player - \"world's smallest MP3\" that really isn't - but we didn't know the company made other electronics. Whoever they are, we are curious to see their new plasma line. The aluminum framed 42, 50, 55 and 63-inch sets sound kind of nice. Somehow Klegg has deve

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Samsung recently announced the industries first, single-chip, 7-inch a-Si TFT-LCD. The new design which brings a 400:1 contrast ratio and 854 x 480 pixel resolution is destined to replace displays in mobile products like, oh say the 7-incher in Sammy's Q1 and the rest of the UMPC lot, allowing said

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European bikers will soon be tearing up the continent with a little more direction thanks to Garmin's upcoming BMW Motorrad III Navigator GPS receiver designed specifically for the helmets and leather crowd. Probably also functional on non-BMW motorcycles, the Motorrad III features a 454 x 240 TFT d

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Looks like Fraunhofer's researchers aren't the only Germans able to get in on the transparent OLED thing. It appears some researchers at the Technical University of Braunschweig are claiming to have developed a technique for embedding OLED pixels on layers of transparent TFTs, creating see-through d

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