February 11, 2015
The manufacturing of a flat panel is a continuously evolving and dynamic industry in the world. Many producers are fighting for a better display, a flexible display or a transparent display in our days when the technology is advanced. The … Continue reading
Paper-thin computer display could be flexible with the new transistor that are and will be improved in Japan at Japan’s National Institute of Material Science. This way, scientists, can incorporate any organic semi-conductors in a flexible display to amplify or improve a week signal.
OFETs (organic field-effect transistors) are designed to produce flexible devices or large screen electronics with a low-cost price. Light-emitting OFETs has been developed in 2003 and today registered a high stadium development, making a high step in developing a new display technology. LE-OFETs will be compatible with actually electronic technologies and has been used to develop a flexible, transparent computer screen. With LE-OFETs technology, those screens, will be a faster response, low energy consumption, better efficiency.
If plastic memory will be developed, will be a major change on the flexible devices market and the OFETs will be the door opener to a higher flexibility. Scientists estimated that flexible computing devices will appear on the market in over ten years. In the present, there are issues with the actual technology that are using light-emitting and light-receiving transistors.
A new Dell monitor has been unveiled at CES 2015 with some cool stuff like a 34 curved display which provide a 34 inch with 3440 x 1440 pixel resolution WQHD and panoramic view with superb system sound.
With the new Dell U3415W you can easily display content from two different PCs with just one mouse and one keyboard for both PCs. Now you can maximize your multitasking activity and can connect your phone or tablet using an HDMi 2.0 port.
The estimated price for the new Dell device will be approximated 1200$ and the Hardware warranty will be 3 years limited.
February 6, 2013
Designed by Jeabyun Yeon, Pandora is a flexible device which can be used in different applications and with various technologies. Designed as a laptop PC, the concept can be transformed in a wide-screen, laptop, and used as a tablet. All … Continue reading
June 6, 2011
ROLL ME is a project that shows future computer. Ecological, with low power consumption and which occupies little space, the device is able to integrate in an innovative way the characteristics of a computer. This time a rigid computer screen … Continue reading
May 3, 2011
In general, the products that are smaller are less practical; this is not a rule but in general is true. Starting from this idea, the designer Niels van Hoof created a foldable notebook with a flexible OLED display. The notebook … Continue reading