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Samsung Transparent OLED Display Notebook

21 Feb

Do you ever imagine a laptop with a semi-transparent screen? Some of you might not even think about semi-transparent screens. But you can expect a bunch of gadgets with semi-transparent screens on coming days. Samsung has decided to take a step into the future, creating a 14-inch notebook prototype with a semi-transparent screen. When the device is off, the panel is up to 40 percent transparent; the screen casing is made out of transparent plastic, which makes the experience even more seamless.

Samsung has shown of a notebook prototype at CES which features a transparent OLED display, as you can see from the photo below  it looks pretty impressive.

The display used in the prototype notebook is a 14 inch transparent OLED display, and when the screen is turned off, the display is up to 40% transparent.

Samsung have said that they intend to use the technology behind this transparent OLED display in other products like MP3 players and advertisement displays, and it could end up have a number of application.

Samsung has shown of a notebook prototype at CES which features a transparent OLED display, as you can see from the photo below  it looks pretty impressive.

The display used in the prototype notebook is a 14 inch transparent OLED display, and when the screen is turned off, the display is up to 40% transparent.

Samsung have said that they intend to use the technology behind this transparent OLED display in other products like MP3 players and advertisement displays, and it could end up have a number of application.

Here is a video of the Samsung Transparent OLED Display Notebook in action.

Very cool, I am sure it wont be long before we see this amazing technology integrated into every day devices.

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Posted by on February 21, 2010 in Gadget, notebook, Uncategorized

 

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