Hate to say it, but passive matrix OLEDs are now a thing of the past. At this year’s CES 2011, Samsung showed off what they can do with their AMOLED displays in Las Vegas. Not only are they more environment friendly, consume less energy than their OLED counterparts, the displays are rollable, bendable and can even survive impacts from a hammer. Check out the video below by the folks over at IntoMobile below…
Dell has today unveiled its latest Android handset, the Dell Venue. Somewhat similar to the Windows Phone 7-powered Venue Pro, Dell’s new Venue smartphone will run on Froyo, version 2.2 of Android OS. Spec wise, we’re looking at a 1 GHz processor, an eight-megapixel camera, full Flash 10.1 support, Dell Stage widget support, and a 4.1-inch AMOLED Gorilla Glass touchscreen display.
HP Compaq has released four new WLED Backlit LCD monitors, the LE1901wl, LA2006x, LA2206x and LA2306x. The HP Compaq LE1901wl is a 19-inch entry-level display with a mercury-free WLED backlit panel, a 16:10 aspect ratio, a VGA input, and a VESA compatibility.
Just three more days to go until CES kicks off and Toshiba’s been busy in preparation for the revealing of their latest thus far unnamed flagship tablet. Though without a name, we still do know abit about its specs, it will be a new, Tegra-2 powered Android Honeycomb tablet on a slim diet (0.6-inch thick and weighing only 1.7 pounds) with useful features such as spill resistance and rubberised back for improved grippiness and greater comfort during use.