01-14-2008 04:39 PM CET - IT, New Media & Software
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Oled-display.net the leading OLED Tv News and Info website gets some new features

Press release from: webflashers
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OLED-display.net


Oled-display.net announced that the website is upgraded and gets some new infrastructure and features include Web 2.0 standards, like tags, comments, user integration, rss-Feeds, videos and many more.

Erich Strasser from Oled-Display.net wants to bring all the news with pictures, videos and background information very fast to the prospective customer.

Oled-display.net updated the technical information about OLED. At http://www.oled-display.net/how-works-the-oled-technology you can find all information about the different OLED-types like:
AMOLED
PMOLED
FOLED
OLED lighting
OLED materials

OLED TV’s are incredibly slim because organic material directly emits the light, so OLED display panels do not require a thick backlight or complex construction like other flat panel technologies. The history of OLED-Television is also updated and can be reviewed here:
http://www.oled-display.net/oled-television
The shipments of OLED TVs will rocket from 2,000 units in 2007 to 120,000 units in 2010.
The first OLED-TV was produced by Sony:
It boasts a 3 millimeter thin panel and offers unparalleled picture quality with amazing contrast, outstanding brightness, exceptional color reproduction and a rapid response time. It delivers astounding performance in all the key picture quality categories.
http://www.oled-display.net/sony-xel-1-oled-tv

Oled-display.net is a comprehensive resource for OLED professionals and for people who want to learn more about this amazing new display technology.
http://www.oled-display.net

Erich Strasser
Hauptplatz 9/1/2
3202 Hofstetten
00436767293999
erich.strasser@gmail.com

Webflashers.at is a webdesign company which make websites about future technologies like Oled, Laser-Tv, Sed-TV, Mram and many more!

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