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OLED is considered as monobasic display technology, has already got application in domains of small dimension such as the mobile phone,etc. at present, but a solemn situation of saving up strength to start out on the TV. Since OLED is a focus paid close attention to, then is everybody’s knowledge of OLED abundant? No matter the answer is affirming or denying, hope you can finish reading article of this page attentively, believe that can let you have deeper understanding on OLED.

The father of OLED is a scientist of Chinese origin

Because is actually few to report of OLED history, in addition, OLED products are mostly put out by Japan and Korea S. in recent years, for example the 2007 OLED TV XEL-1 with 11 -inch screen of Sony; On CES in 2012 years, 55 inches of OLED TVs of Samsung, LG. Everybody seems in the impression to all think OLED was invented by Japanese, actually this is not so, the father of OLED is scientist Dr. Deng QingYun of Chinese origin.

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I remember going into the sony store to exchange a pair of headphones (gotta love warrant, show proof of purchase, walk out with new headphones 9 months after purchase).

I went with a friend, who was browsing the store and he just stopped in front of this tiny TV. I walked over and my jaw literally dropped to the ground. That 11" TV had the best picture I have ever seen by far. I remember thinking real life doesn't even look as good as that!
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