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Samsung 90Hz OLED laptop displays take aim at 120H LCD screens

Samsung 90Hz OLED laptop displays take aim at 120H LCD screens

It is almost standard for higher-end smartphones these days to have screens with high refresh rates, some even going as high as 144Hz. These mobile devices, however, are just catching up to laptops and desktops that have long utilized such a feature, often for gaming advantages. That, however, doesn't mean there's no more room for innovation there, and Samsung's new panel for laptops tries to prove that by pitting 90Hz OLED against 120Hz LCD displays.

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LG’s $4k UltraFine OLED Pro Display goes up for sale

LG’s $4k UltraFine OLED Pro Display goes up for sale

LG's latest high-end display is up for sale, with the LG UltraFine OLED Pro promising a treat for your eyes in return for a hit on your wallet. Announced earlier this year, the new 31.5-inch monitor is LG's first to use an OLED panel.

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Galaxy Z Fold 3 display uses a more power-efficient Eco OLED tech

Galaxy Z Fold 3 display uses a more power-efficient Eco OLED tech

The Galaxy Z Fold 3's under-display camera, which Samsung officially refers to as an Under-Panel Camera or UPC, may have stolen the spotlight from the foldable's stronger UTG (Ultra-Thin Glass) material. Its addition, even if disappointing for some, wasn't just a matter of slapping on some off-the-shelf technology and calling it a day. Samsung's display-making arm has now revealed that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 actually uses a new kind of OLED panel that has the side effect of improving that invisible camera, at least in theory.

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New MacBooks may drive device displays mini, then micro

New MacBooks may drive device displays mini, then micro

As is occasionally the case, it's expected that the next wave of Apple products will drive change in the industry. Per analysis from Apple-focused analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the next MacBook (and indeed MacBooks, plural,) will push the industry toward adoption of Mini LED panels. This will likely be positive for more companies than just Apple, as other companies will eventually take advantage of investments made by manufacturers to enable higher production of this next-gen technology.

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LG’s UltraFine 31.5-inch 4K HDR OLED hits pre-order

LG’s UltraFine 31.5-inch 4K HDR OLED hits pre-order

One of the more anticipated computer displays that LG has been working on is its UltraFine 32EP950-B. The display is a large 31.5-inch 16:9 aspect ratio 4K HDR OLED. Anyone who has been anticipating the launch of the screen should be glad to hear it is now available for preorder.

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LG SIGNATURE OLED R rollable TV goes on sale at $100,000

LG SIGNATURE OLED R rollable TV goes on sale at $100,000

LG's rolling OLED TV is up for sale, but if you want to put a piece of tech magic in your living room you need to brace yourself for a seriously eye-watering price tag. Revealed last year, the LG SIGNATURE OLED R has a 65-inch display that rolls up into its base when not needed, but you'll have to find a whopping $100,000 in order to buy one.

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Big iPad leaks say you might want to wait until 2022

Big iPad leaks say you might want to wait until 2022

We've got an idea, now, of what's coming up next for the both the iPad Pro and the iPad Air. It's been tipped that both the next iPad Pro and the next iPad Air will be ready to roll with OLED displays starting in the year 2022. If you're looking to buy an iPad any time soon, it might be time... to wait.

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LG OLED TV Dolby Vision 4K 120Hz update takes aim at gamers

LG OLED TV Dolby Vision 4K 120Hz update takes aim at gamers

OLED displays have been praised for their power-efficiency and deeper blacks, but LCD technology used to have one important advantage, at least for a short while. Until recently, only LCD screens could boast of refresh rates that went higher than 60Hz, let alone 120Hz or more. OLEDs, however, are catching up and it's not unusual nowadays to hear of phones and TVs with OLED screens with high refresh rates. Proof of that is LG's latest update to its top-of-the-line OLED TVs that are getting three of the biggest buzzwords in the industry: Dolby Vision, 4K, and 120Hz.

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OLED panel emits 20 percent more light thanks to a new electrode design

OLED panel emits 20 percent more light thanks to a new electrode design

Engineers at the University of Michigan have created a new electrode that allows OLED panels to emit up to 20 percent more light. The researchers believe the breakthrough could help extend battery life for smartphones and laptops using the screen technology. The tech could also make next-generation TVs and displays more energy efficient.

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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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