Thin is in.
Thin is in.
"I dread beyond all else the growth of the petty tyranny of restrictive legislation, the transference of disciplinary authority from the judiciary to the constabulary, the abandonment of every constitutional safeguard of individual liberty."
Wow! Cool new tech.
~If you can't change your situation, change your attitude. If you can't change your attitude, change your situation~
"We hope to start mass producing these next year."
If you keep waiting a year for new technology...you'll never end up buying anything.
Shuddup and take my money!
Neat stuff, but if I was looking for a new TV or monitor, there are so many
crazy cheap deals to be had these days, that it makes little sense to wait.
Pretty awesome technology though, mind boggling as to what's coming, love it!
Just the thinness I find kind of pointless. I don't want my phone to be any thinner...it's just going to make it harder to hold. And making TV's any thinner than the thinnest ones currently are - also pointless. The wires going into them just to power them will be thicker than the screen itself. Makes me think of the law of diminishing returns, once you get to a certain point.
Some of the other associated aspects of it such as power-consumption/battery-life, and the touch interface being built into it...those aspects seem useful.
touch-screen abilities, and the 40% power savings, which is the single biggest battery draw on a phone.
There was also the new applications, like the car dashes, etc.....possibilities are endless.......
Car dashboards are already becoming LCD.
I'm waiting for OLED, that will be next and probably bring Plasma and LCD to an end. Sony has some OLED broadcast reference monitors, we have some at work and they're just gorgeous. And cheaper, ~$6,000 for a 17" (the LCD ones we have were ~$13,000). Give it a few years, it will trickle down to consumer level.