During SID Displayweek BOE demonstrated a couple of interesting OLED displays aimed towards monitors and laptops.
The first display you can see in the video is a 49-inch wide (32:9) 3840x1080 240Hz AMOLED gaming monitor display, that features a brightness of 150 nits (500 nits peak) and a 95% DCI-P3 color gamut.
BOE did not disclose much about the structure, architecture and production process of this interesting display.
The second display is a a 14" 4K AMOLED display for laptops. The display features a brightness of 400 nits, and it is only 1.443 mm thick and weighs just 140 grams.
Posted: Aug 12,2020 by Ron Mertens
It is quite disappointing that as 2020, the choice for laptops equiped with an OLED display is still very limited...
I am really willing to but a thin, lighweight and fanless laptop with a 13.5inch / 14inch 3K or 4K LTPO touch OLED display like a fanless Apple Macbook Air / fanless Huawei Matebook X Pro / fanless Microsoft Surface laptop : would be supercool
No one that push, on the real market, a 30" - 40" OLED for $2.000??? The best as of now is the $500 Samsung 4K 15,6" mounted on some notebooks.