Neue displays im iPod

Dieses Thema im Forum "Small Talk" wurde erstellt von gratefulmac, 31. Mai 2003.

  1. gratefulmac

    gratefulmac New Member

    Apple eyeing OLED displays for future iPods
    By Nick dePlume, Publisher and Editor in Chief

    May 30, 2003 - Sources confirmed to Think Secret that Apple is investing in Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) technology, and is researching and investigating its uses in Apple products. The company reportedly plans to use OLED in next-generation iPods next year.

    OLED devices are composed of two conductors with organic thin films in between them. These films emit a bright light when a current is applied.

    There are a number of advantages to OLED that make it suitable for portable use, as discussed at this page. They are brighter, thinner, and lighter than LCDs, and do not require a backlight. OLED's have a wider viewing angle, faster response time for video, and greater power efficiency than LCDs. They are also more cost-effective, with a simpler manufacturing process and fewer required parts.

    Apple's use of the technology will be for the display of its next-generation iPod. Set for announcement in early 2004, this iPod will boast a design and functionality radically different than current models.


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    Spekulatius:

    Werden sich dann auch die zukünftigen "Großbildschirme " dieser Technologie bedienen?


    http://www.universaldisplay.com/tech.php
     
  2. mac_the_mighty

    mac_the_mighty New Member

    große, hochauflösende flachbildschirme für wenig geld wären natürlich verlockend, aber warten wir erst mal ab.
    immerhin ist es nicht schlecht, wenn man gerüchte in die welt setzt, die erst ein jahr später real werden könnten, denn 2004 wird sich niemand mehr dran erinnern... ;-)
     
  3. gratefulmac

    gratefulmac New Member

    Apple eyeing OLED displays for future iPods
    By Nick dePlume, Publisher and Editor in Chief

    May 30, 2003 - Sources confirmed to Think Secret that Apple is investing in Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) technology, and is researching and investigating its uses in Apple products. The company reportedly plans to use OLED in next-generation iPods next year.

    OLED devices are composed of two conductors with organic thin films in between them. These films emit a bright light when a current is applied.

    There are a number of advantages to OLED that make it suitable for portable use, as discussed at this page. They are brighter, thinner, and lighter than LCDs, and do not require a backlight. OLED's have a wider viewing angle, faster response time for video, and greater power efficiency than LCDs. They are also more cost-effective, with a simpler manufacturing process and fewer required parts.

    Apple's use of the technology will be for the display of its next-generation iPod. Set for announcement in early 2004, this iPod will boast a design and functionality radically different than current models.


    -----------------------------------------------------------------------


    Spekulatius:

    Werden sich dann auch die zukünftigen "Großbildschirme " dieser Technologie bedienen?


    http://www.universaldisplay.com/tech.php
     
  4. mac_the_mighty

    mac_the_mighty New Member

    große, hochauflösende flachbildschirme für wenig geld wären natürlich verlockend, aber warten wir erst mal ab.
    immerhin ist es nicht schlecht, wenn man gerüchte in die welt setzt, die erst ein jahr später real werden könnten, denn 2004 wird sich niemand mehr dran erinnern... ;-)
     
  5. gratefulmac

    gratefulmac New Member

    Apple eyeing OLED displays for future iPods
    By Nick dePlume, Publisher and Editor in Chief

    May 30, 2003 - Sources confirmed to Think Secret that Apple is investing in Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) technology, and is researching and investigating its uses in Apple products. The company reportedly plans to use OLED in next-generation iPods next year.

    OLED devices are composed of two conductors with organic thin films in between them. These films emit a bright light when a current is applied.

    There are a number of advantages to OLED that make it suitable for portable use, as discussed at this page. They are brighter, thinner, and lighter than LCDs, and do not require a backlight. OLED's have a wider viewing angle, faster response time for video, and greater power efficiency than LCDs. They are also more cost-effective, with a simpler manufacturing process and fewer required parts.

    Apple's use of the technology will be for the display of its next-generation iPod. Set for announcement in early 2004, this iPod will boast a design and functionality radically different than current models.


    -----------------------------------------------------------------------


    Spekulatius:

    Werden sich dann auch die zukünftigen "Großbildschirme " dieser Technologie bedienen?


    http://www.universaldisplay.com/tech.php
     
  6. mac_the_mighty

    mac_the_mighty New Member

    große, hochauflösende flachbildschirme für wenig geld wären natürlich verlockend, aber warten wir erst mal ab.
    immerhin ist es nicht schlecht, wenn man gerüchte in die welt setzt, die erst ein jahr später real werden könnten, denn 2004 wird sich niemand mehr dran erinnern... ;-)
     

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