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    Strangely that post reminds me of this guy playing his wii on a 1.5 INCH display tv.

    [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B82SJOJKPL4[/media]

    EDIT: I have never said the technology is new, I'm announcing fresh news of its recent technological advances. Heck, OLED was used in digital watches AGES ago. I can easily predict that your mp3 display screen (if its good and has some colour) would be an OLED display.

    We are just saying, in the future (lets say 10-15 years) when this technology is at its prime and cheap, people may choose this option when switching TV's. And i do totally understand the current situation with only a small population switching to HD display while the technology is still 'new' and expensive.
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    Not the future of TV. The future of TV is a technology that is similar to CRT but with many small "tubes" arranged like a plasma.

    You get the best black levels, contrast, viewing angle and colors of all three current technology!

    My mp3 player has an OLED screen. The target of OLED is handheld devices.

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