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More than simple watch - Ultimate Gadget
Think Geek Company, trying to combine as many functions as it possible in a single device, designed video-watch with OLED display. Thus, this gadget is able to show time, photos, videos and even eBooks.
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SmartFaucet from iHouse – New Gadget in Your Bathroom
The SmartFaucet by iHouse is highly convenient due to its characteristics: it has a face recognition technology. The essence of this technology is the following: the camera recognizes you and the faucet remembers different temperature settings for each member of your family and automatically adjusts the temperature of the water to the preferred level. The water is heated with a built-in internal heating coil, and, moreover, there are LEDs which change the color of the water from blue to red to show its temperature.
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Oled Concept Watch - starry sky on your hand!
This gadget from Oled Company can become the greatest present for any holiday. You can insert it in your gift-list.
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Hermes designing electronic organizer with cutting edge flixible OLED touchscreen
Starting at the time when there were first chats about first production model of an OLED display there hardly been a front page of our site without an article about new OLED gadget. The technology is developing really very fast. Not a long while ago we were happy to see first OLED portable media player, then mobile phone – lots of those especially at MWC 2009 - then Apple’s upcomings and now after a short while we have found out there is a designer’s project featuring a flexible OLED display with touch capabilities. Designer’s project, however, leaves a shade of doubt on question whether it will come out soon or will it remain in the same design if it actually does.
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Kyocera EOS with full body flexible OLED display
Kyocera developers who resident in San Diego and Bangalore have gratefully shared their groundwork that incorporates mobile phone technologies of tomorrow. At the first glance the Kyocera EOS concept phone doesn’t seem to have more than seven or ten percents of parts our eyes got used to. If EOS was an end product, it wouldn’t need to be plugged for a recharge, would feature very innovative ergonomics and tactile sensations of human’s skin. All that though is achieved by technologies that are already used today but have never before been united in a mobile phone.
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The laptop of the future
This gadget laptop's display uses OLED panels. Organic Light – Emitting Diodes are more power safe and they will work longer than any LCD display that we use now days.
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World first OLED Notebook from Samsung
Samsung shows the world first notebook with a AMOLED Display. The size of the OLED is 12.1 inch Active matrix (AM) OLED displays stack cathode, organic, and anode layers on top of another layer - or substrate - that contains circuitry. The pixels are defined by the deposition of the organic material in a continuous, discrete "dot" pattern.
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USB Flash Drive with OLED Display
It is a biometric flash drive that combines interactive OLED display and retractable USB connector. Of course, this is not the only drive with retractable USB connector; the uniqueness of this device consists in other features. It has a built-in cover for the OLED screen protection. The OLED display has a specific purpose: it serves like a built-in biometric fingerprint scanner, aimed at showing success and failure and changing its color depending on the fact if the user’s fingerprints correspond to ones stored in its memory or does not. Additionally, the OLED screen serves as an interactive interface that allows controlling and choosing your files and initiating some functions without using computer interface. Moreover, USB flash drives have big memory capacity reaching 64 GB and can be used as external backup drives, according to Ennova.
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Wireless internet via LED lamps
Wi-Fi, from a futuristic technology, swiftly became widely spread all over the globe as a fast and comfortable wireless internet technology. Almost all smartphones and laptops nowadays have Wi-Fi built-in; it gives them possibility to connect to the Internet wirelessly in one of the many existing Hot Spots - places where the Wi-Fi Access Points are placed. However, requirements in access points limit the spreading of Wi-Fi, mainly because they must be purchased, manually placed and configured. Scientists from Boston University worked on this problem and found a solution - to unite LED light bulbs with wireless internet access points!
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Illuminated RIO LED shower head for shower dancers
Have you ever want to be a “shower super star”? RIO gives you this possibility. If you are fond of singing in shower it is just for you - the Crosswater’s RIO shower head. The psychedelic colors will make you dance like a wild. Let’s look how it works. The shower head has 96 built-in LEDs. You can program red, blue and green lights however you want.
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AMOLED display panel by Samsung
his gadget measures about 3-4" and it is not big but it will fit a usual cell phone. This display will be perfect for a cell phone and there are several reasons for that:- AMOLED display panel is very thin.
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Nokia Erdos with OLED display enters 8800 series
There are good phones and there are bad phones. And there also are expensive ones for no reasonable feature that would make sense in a mobile phone. That’s what I though about Nokia 8800 series when it came out in early December last year, had its season’s shopping craze and then, sort of, forgotten because crisis has broke out. And now, would you believe, there is a new 8800 series entrant. Only rumored and not confirmed in any way Nokia Erdos seems to me so far that it follows its predecessors right by their footsteps, but is it?
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IFA news: Samsung OLED laptop in Q3 '10
About a year ago, we had a fortune to become witness of the first OLED panel going into mass production. Back then it was a hi-tech exhibition, and, well, the story has repeated, almost. Today at the first day of IFA Berlin Samsung’s Head of Worldwide Sales and Marketing, who is Kyu Uhm of course, has given us a deem view of what will be a show stopper in a year – a (first) OLED notebook.
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The LED suit
Late to the party and don’t have time to change? Then the LED suit is just what you need :) Maybe, someday in future this will be the advertisement for this suit, but all we have now is an ugly looking cloak, that makes Dave Forbes, the creator of this gadget, look much alike the Terminator, especially with these switch-boards on his shoulders.
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European scientists want to create a flexible OLED display
Development of flexible OLED displays began in the Holst Center (Netherlands) and IMEC (Belgium). European scientists and other participants of the project, such as Polymer Vision - a child-company of Taiwan-based Wistron, intend to create a flexible OLED panel using thin film transistors.
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ASUS' DR-570 e-book reader comes in '10 with OLED display
A lot of activity around e-book readers at CES keeps going on after the end of the show. Announced readers, most of those at least, are coming out this winter. The new Amazon Kindle DX will be released tomorrow and Spring Design’s Alex no sooner then February. In the meantime ASUS has spiced the dish a bit with an info leak about a mysterious DR-570. Well, maybe not so mysterious - it is also an e-book reader but unlike all the others we have, RD-570 has an OLED screen which is a thing you'd want in a reader, gives an unparalleled contrast ratio and improves hugely on battery life.
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Sony XEL-1 11-Inch OLED HDTV - first Organic Panel in sale.
At the recent hi-tech exhibition in Berlin Sony was among those who draw the best attention. It is all about their new OLED technology. OLED or Organic Light Emitting Diode is so far a most progressive technology for television displays and Sony’s XEL-1 11-Inch OLED HDTV is the firs one to be unleashed in sale. The greatest side of the OLED TV displays is that they are ultra slim – only 3 mm. Also Organic Light Emitting Diode provides better picture quality, wider viewing angles and faster response time if we compare it with LCDs or any other displays. Stock price for Sony XEL-1 11-Inch OLED HDTV – 2,499.99 USD.
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Next gen Apple iPhone, iPod Touch and first netbook will feature OLED displays made by LG
Lot’s of different stuff is being currently discussed about Apple these days. Their upcoming netbook was expected by masses, of course, but no one could actually be sure when it was going to be announced. Then and still we are following news about iPhone beta 3.0 firmaware, which ads some juice to the device hence attention, but probably not for very long time. Luckily, Apple will not suffer of decreasing attention if what LG has given out turns out to be true. We are now talking about the fundamental upgrade of iPhone, iPod Touch and the first netbook – all with OLED displays manufactured by LG.
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Toshiba OLED wallpaper will be here in just a couple of years
How many criteria has a TV to match before you suggest buying it? Ideally there always were two of them - screen size and picture quality. Recently we've started to look sharply at the amount of electricity any display uses and at the stock price of the thing of course. Since there is organic electroluminescence technology or OLED that is brewing its popularity every single day and even moving from home to portable gadgets, we have an ultimate solution for the picture quality and energy consumption issues, but price for an OLED gadget is way up higher over LCD. So, what do you think Toshiba contemplates for their OLED project, better picture or lower price? At this moment it is obvious they were building their OLED wallpaper under "The bigger – the better" motto leaving no info on price so far.
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MP3 flash players from Orient MP720C and MP730C
isplayBoth MP730 and MP720 have OLED 65536 colors displays however they are different sizes. And this is where the differences begin.
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