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iPads with OLED screens rumored to be coming next year

iPads with OLED screens rumored to be coming next year

In April, Apple finally proved true all the rumors about its latest iPad Pro generation. It has finally switched to Mini LED technology in order to improve the display quality on its professional tablets. Some apparently aren't that convinced with the upgrade but the company might not be stopping there. Rumors now claim that Apple will also be switching its non-Pro iPads away from LCD screens and that OLED transition is going to happen as early as 2022.

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Nintendo Switch Pro named by UDC with new screen

Nintendo Switch Pro named by UDC with new screen

The new Nintendo Switch Pro hasn't yet been confirmed by Nintendo, but that didn't stop the UDC from spilling the beans on their latest investors call. As noted by Steven V. Abramson, President, Chief Executive Officer and Director for the Universal Display Corporation, suggested that "Nintendo has selected an OLED screen for the new Switch Pro."

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LG is taking orders for the 2021 OLED R rollable TV

LG is taking orders for the 2021 OLED R rollable TV

A report has surfaced that LG Electronics has begun quietly taking orders from the wealthy for one of the most expensive TVs it's ever produced, the 2021 OLED R. This is the OLED TV with a screen that's flexible enough to be rolled and stored away out of sight when not in use. According to reports, LG is taking orders from customers around the world, including in the US.

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Dell XPS 13 OLED option gives ultraportable a huge 4K contrast boost

Dell XPS 13 OLED option gives ultraportable a huge 4K contrast boost

Dell's XPS 13 is adding an OLED option, promising richer colors and better contrast for buyers of the ultraportable notebook. The latest iteration of the XPS 13 runs Intel 11th generation Core processors and comes, as standard, with a 13.4-inch InfinityEdge LCD touchscreen, but now that can be swapped out for a new OLED panel.

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Sony BRAVIA XR A80J 65-inch OLED TV gets price and release details

Sony BRAVIA XR A80J 65-inch OLED TV gets price and release details

Another of Sony's 2021 BRAVIA TVs has arrived, packing the company's latest Cognitive Processor XR for AI-powered image processing and upscaling, along with a 65-inch OLED panel. Announced at CES 2021 back in January, the Sony BRAVIA XR A80J 4K HDR OLED TV may not be the company's biggest model in its line-up this year, but that doesn't mean it's any less appealing.

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The 2021 LG OLED TVs are arriving: The prices and differences to know

The 2021 LG OLED TVs are arriving: The prices and differences to know

LG's 2021 OLED TVs are finally hitting shelves, including the evo G1 "Gallery" series announced at CES 2021 which promises to look more like a framed picture on your wall. Altogether there are a dozen models in LG's 2021 OLED line-up, spanning 48-inches through to 83-inches, and with pricing kicking off at $1,299 as they go on sale this month and in early April.

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ASUS ZenBook 13 OLED laptop is lightweight without sacrificing ports

ASUS ZenBook 13 OLED laptop is lightweight without sacrificing ports

ASUS' ZenBook 13 OLED (UX325) has gone on sale, offering what the company promises is the world's lightest OLED laptop. Super-skinny with a glossy pine gray metal chassis, it kicks off at under $900 with a choice of Intel 11th Gen processors.

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Fitbit Ace 3 leaked: A fitness tracker your kid will probably want [UPDATE: Statement]

Fitbit Ace 3 leaked: A fitness tracker your kid will probably want [UPDATE: Statement]

Today the Fitbit Ace 3 leaked in almost all ways, appearing in press photos, with press details, and attached to a reveal date. The Fitbit Ace 3 is (as the name implies) the third version of Fitbit's kid-aimed fitness tracker, appearing here in black and blue. This device works with a larger OLED display than its predecessors, with features that suggest it'll be able to remain active and awake for days on end.

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Nintendo Switch Pro could have a larger Samsung OLED screen

Nintendo Switch Pro could have a larger Samsung OLED screen

Despite the arrival of the Xbox Series X|S and the PlayStation 5, sales of the Nintendo Switch and its games have remained strong. That, however, will not last forever and Nintendo will need to up its Switch game sooner or later. That indeed might be later, at least in the second half of the year, with a new Switch model that could have a larger screen using Samsung OLED technology but the rumored specs that go along with what could be a Switch Pro might leave some feeling a bit conflicted.

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Scientists develop light-emitting tattoo with multiple potential uses

Scientists develop light-emitting tattoo with multiple potential uses

Researchers from UCL and IIT have created a temporary tattoo with light-emitting technology of the sort used in TV and smartphone screens. Scientists say that the technology paves the way for a new type of smart tattoo with a range of potential uses. The tech uses organic light-emitting diodes or OLEDs that are applied in the same way as water transfer tattoos.

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iPhone 13 could use Always-On Display for clock, battery

iPhone 13 could use Always-On Display for clock, battery

The iPhone X back in 2017 was the first to fulfill the long-rumored move from LCD screens to OLED panels for Apple's iPhones. OLED technology has a couple of advantages over LCDs but one of the main ones remained unused in iPhones, at least so far. That could change in the iPhone 13, or at least the Pro models, which will employ new display technology that, together with OLED panels, can finally bring some Always-On Display or AOD functionality to iPhones.

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Samsung Display will mass-produce the first 90Hz OLED laptop screens

Samsung Display will mass-produce the first 90Hz OLED laptop screens

Samsung Display has announced that it will mass-produce the world's first 90Hz OLED laptops starting in Q1 of 2021. Initially, the company will produce "very large quantities" of 14-inch 90Hz OLED displays aimed at laptops and notebooks. According to Samsung Displaying CEO Joo Sun Choi, the screens will start production in March.

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