Seiko Epson shows of 40 inch OEL (organic electroluminescent) Display.
The world's largest OEL display has a resolution of 1,280 x 768 pixels and can show 260,000 colors. Until now Sony was in the lead with 24".
More on Nikkei Net (subscription).
ZdNet run a story today of Samsung showing of a 17" OLED (organic light emitting diode) display and titleing it as the largest ever. See also Slashdot Story. OLED and OEL is the same technology, just different abbreviations. Fair to say Seiko Epson crushes Samsung here.
Update 05/19/04: I4U User Concept corrects us here. The Seiko Epson 40" screen is stiched together with 14" panels. So Samsung is the winner here with a 17" panel. See Photo of Seiko Epson TV on Watch Impress.
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