HP And Arizona State Unveil Flexible Display Prototype

Posted: Dec 9 2008, 8:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:09pm CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
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HP and Arizona State University have teamed up to develop the first flexible display prototype. The flexible display market is expected to grow massively over the next few years and a quick glance at the benefits of this type of display will show why.

The displays are lightweight, require fewer parts to build, and are unbreakable. Unlike current displays that are built in panel batches, the flexible displays will be built using a roll-to-roll manufacturing process that allows continuous manufacturing.

The easier manufacturing process will mean cheaper displays. HP and ASU say that the displays will eventually find their way into digital signage, smartphones, notebooks, and many more devices. Exactly when we will see the displays on the market is unknown.

Via ASU

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