Originally Posted by hza
Yeah, but they also have to sell what's still "on stock". Hopefully an affordable OLED won't take more than 2 years from now.
Keep in mind about OLED motion blur
as well as OLED burn in
(burns in much more easily than plasma at the moment). Some of them solve motion blur by strobing, but there's no guarantee that monitor makers will use strobing (e.g. rolling scan) on an OLED to eliminate motion blur on the first models yet. It should be feasible to do so quite early on, assuming the OLED brightness is there.
But I don't think it will be 2 years for something that can beat today's monitors in motion blur. The first OLED models will probably be focussed as great all-around monitors (amazing colors, but with LCD-style motion blur) rather than as replacements for 120Hz monitors. Realistically, more like 5+ years for high-end candidates that can out-compete the crop of strobe-backlight LCD monitors.Edited by mdrejhon - 11/5/13 at 1:45pm