Hitachi Develops High-Res Flexible Display

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Date: Tuesday, August 3rd, 2004, 08:43
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Hitachi today announced that they have successfully developed the world’s highest resolution organic TFT (Thin Film Transistor) display. 80 x 80 dots in 1.4 inches isn’t exactly what I think of when I hear “high resolution,” but according to Hitachi, this is the highest thus far for a display of this size. Perhaps the biggest advantage of organic TFTs, like gymnasts or the tax code, is their flexibility. Electronic paper enthusiasts or owners of cellular phones should be excited about today’s development, because a bendable display could mean a lot for portability. From Gizmodo where you’ll find the link and a pic.


Hitachi today announced that they have successfully developed the world’s highest resolution organic TFT (Thin Film Transistor) display. 80 x 80 dots in 1.4 inches isn’t exactly what I think of when I hear “high resolution,” but according to Hitachi, this is the highest thus far for a display of this size. Perhaps the biggest advantage of organic TFTs, like gymnasts or the tax code, is their flexibility. Electronic paper enthusiasts or owners of cellular phones should be excited about today’s development, because a bendable display could mean a lot for portability. From Gizmodo where you’ll find the link and a pic.

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