‘Sony and Panasonic to quit cooperation on OLED development’

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#2

Hate to tell you techno junkies, but OLED is dead. It’s not that it isn’t a spectacular technology BUT nobody has been able to achieve more than 10% acceptable production levels. When you are scrapping 90% of your production, it’s a damn expensive way to manufacture product. Just like LCOS (which everybody tried and dumped) it seemed like a good idea at the time.


#3

yea^ lifespan is also much shorter than led/lcd


#4

dead end


#5

it had promise and looked to most like it was “the future” but if isn’t possible in a production environment what earthly use is it?

For “Short life” we could always go back to first generation plasma displays


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[QUOTE=olddancer;2714683]Hate to tell you techno junkies, but OLED is dead. It’s not that it isn’t a spectacular technology BUT nobody has been able to achieve more than 10% acceptable production levels. When you are scrapping 90% of your production, it’s a damn expensive way to manufacture product. Just like LCOS (which everybody tried and dumped) it seemed like a good idea at the time.[/QUOTE]

Read my posts on OLED. OLED has been Samsung’s market for years with 99 percent global market share. It’s quite understandable no one other than Samsung would have been able to achieve profitable yield rate. And Samsung achieved something like 60 percent yield rate only because it invested far more than all the others combined. The yield rate on all sorts of OLED are greatly being improved at Samsung.


#7

Here’s a South Korean news article posted five months ago.