While the display is only 20.1-inches (pictured right is their 13-inch version), that's still huge in the OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode, aka the displays of tomorrow) world, so LG Philips is really touting their prototype active-matrix screen as the world's largest. For at least this week, we think. The display weighs in at a 2048 x 1536 resolution—a whopping 3 megapixels. OLED is cheaper (well, it will be), brighter, clearer and consumes less juice than LCDs, and we've really been hankering for a large OLED display since we saw the Sony Clie PEG-VZ90 in action.
LG Philips claims largest OLED display
Dan Wu|October 21, 2004 4:00 AM
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