Mitsubishi shows stunning modular OLED Display at CEATEC 2010.
Mitsubishi exhibits their stunning modular OLEDdisplaytechnology at the CEATEC 2010 in Japan. The Mitsubishi Diamond Vision OLED displays can be built to any size according to a video report by NetworkWorld that you can watch below. Mitsubishi is apparentely charging $400,000 for a 150-inch Diamond vision OLED display. The image quailty looks great from what I can tell from the video of the CEATEC show floor.
Mitsubishi is also able to deliver a curved display. For high-end information panels and advertising walls the Diamon Vision OLED display is what you want if you can afford it.
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The Big Bang Theory Season 8 Premieres Today
The Big Bang Theory Season 8 premieres with the first two episodes today at 8 p.m. on CBS. Watch the newest The Big Bang Theory Season 8 teasers below. And, yes. Kaley Cuoco has short hair.
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