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Rumors about OLED iPad resurface - comments from readers
Monica Chen, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 13 July 2010]
  • Posted on Feb 5, 21:29

    OLED is the best performing tech currently applicable to small devices. lack of a high yield/low cost manufacturing process has been the problem. higher res, faster response, richer colors, low power, smaller form, cheaper materials (indium for LCDs, lol)
  • Posted on Jul 17, 08:41

    I agree. I'd rather seem the same sort of LED screen as in the iPad. Include GPS and a camera, and I'd buy one in an instant.
  • Posted on Jul 14, 08:01

    OLED in iPad is ridiculous. The IPS screens Apple currently uses are better and cheaper and available in larger supply. OLED has succeeded as a buzzword only. Apple doesn't sell on spec sheets.
  • Posted on Jul 13, 23:25

    A pocketable 5.6-inch iPad would be great, but even better is a pocketable 5.6-inch Mac. Not for heavy work on it, but for Keynote and PowerPoint presentations.
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