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Sony Unveils Work-In-Progress 20.5-inch OLED Display

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  1. btarunr

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    Sony is unveiling its latest in flat-panel display technologies, a 20.5-inch organic LED (OLED) display panel, at Radiological Society of North America meeting, held in Chicago, USA. The 20.5-inch monochrome panel is still work-in-progress, and being developed for high-resolution imaging systems. Its output resolution is 2560 x 2048 pixels (5:4 aspect ratio), with extremely high contrast ratio, and up to 500 cd/m² maximum brightness.

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    Hooray, i remember Sony developing a concept design/protoype of the OLED monitor a few years back. Good to see they are still at it. :)
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    not a fan of 5:4 ratio. But can't wait for OLED.
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    i thought they had an oled tv.. the Sony XEL-1?
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    Did you just tell me it's in black and white?
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    I'm pretty sure it does a complete and vibrant greyscale.
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    Not exactly for consumers.
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    Thank you for this interesting news. Two downers: 1) monochrome and 2) designed for medical radiology = $5000+
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    How can monochrome be a downer?
    That doesn't make any sense at all...it's designed for medical purpose not for gaming. And you don't want to cheap out in medical equipment...
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    Yay, time to murder my credit line! :roll:
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    As long as X-rays, RMN and US scans are monochrome, those monitors will be perfect for such a thing.

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