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This years CES is a snore. Nothing but mobile junk. mad.gif
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This years CES is a snore. Nothing but mobile junk. mad.gif

More like TV's TV's TV's (including other screens like monitors etc.)
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I don't understand how they keep showing flexible OLED but we are yet to see one hit the market. Why show it then. Its quite obvious now just wait 2 years till they hit the market and drop a little in price and don't buy anything in between.
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I don't understand how they keep showing flexible OLED but we are yet to see one hit the market. Why show it then. Its quite obvious now just wait 2 years till they hit the market and drop a little in price and don't buy anything in between.

Apparently the manufacturer is just waiting for someone to sign a contract with them for real world applications. At the moment it's just a screen, you can't really put it in a phone or X product because then you'd have to find a way to make the PCB and everything else around/under it flexible too. I mean yeah, there's a prototype phone but if you look at it, what is that small curve really gonna benefit?

So realistically, flexible screens is kinda useless at the moment.
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post #45 of 53
Those 4K TVs are awesome, but can they make just a TV with some HDMI ports, that's all I need.
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post #46 of 53
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Apparently the manufacturer is just waiting for someone to sign a contract with them for real world applications. At the moment it's just a screen, you can't really put it in a phone or X product because then you'd have to find a way to make the PCB and everything else around/under it flexible too. I mean yeah, there's a prototype phone but if you look at it, what is that small curve really gonna benefit?

So realistically, flexible screens is kinda useless at the moment.

I was thinking 40" and above in cinema widescreen format with a slight curved radius to suit the perfect viewing distance. So all of the screen is the same distance from your eyes, thus elevating eye strain. That would be one cool screen!

Small screens dont interest me at all. some cool ideas for its use were text messages be displayed as tickers on the side of the phone. i reckon 2 years time samsung phones will have it for sure. Apple will still have a oldschool iphone lol.
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DAT TV drool.gif
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Apparently the manufacturer is just waiting for someone to sign a contract with them for real world applications. At the moment it's just a screen, you can't really put it in a phone or X product because then you'd have to find a way to make the PCB and everything else around/under it flexible too. I mean yeah, there's a prototype phone but if you look at it, what is that small curve really gonna benefit?

So realistically, flexible screens is kinda useless at the moment.

IIRC - Car manufacturers will be using these in new cars for the instrument clusters. Then they could design the instrument clusters to better angle / wrap around the drivers.

Plus aren't the flexible OLED's more durable. and I thought some Samsung phones already had this tech.
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This years CES is a snore. Nothing but mobile junk. mad.gif

I totally agree. Nothing all that interesting on the computer side. Just a rehash of stuff we saw last year. 4K is cool, but content is king, and there is no real content for it yet.
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ddr4? Crazy!

Also sorry for not updating with a lot more information, my internet is on the fritz
Edited by iwalkwithedead - 1/11/13 at 3:26pm
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