Comments survey- how much would you pay for an OLED in a laptop? Submitted by Netsia (not verified) on Mon, 26/01/2009 - 04:10 Could the question also be how much would you value one? -since this maybe is mostly being read by those who do? On a reasonable price range? -ticked the 'would pay anything' answer mainly because only up to an extra $500 is given, which seems completely unrealistically dirt cheap,for now anyway, to have one in a laptop. Is up to around 3K more reasonable as an additional price tag on a laptop, for Samsung's quality, if it came guaranteed to not degrade for at least five years? You may have a point there. Submitted by Ron Mertens on Mon, 26/01/2009 - 07:37 You may have a point there. Although more than 500$ is something I feel very few people will actually be willing to pay (disregarding OLED fanatics...). Personally I think that the difference between an OLED laptop and an LCD one cannot be higher than 100$-200$... whoohoo oled laptop Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 27/01/2009 - 04:33 I will sell my wife for a new oled laptop! If I were trying to get OLED Submitted by Ogo (not verified) on Sun, 01/02/2009 - 07:29 If I were trying to get OLED into the market I would start with OLED computer displays. Graphic designers, CGI designers, movie editor would pay a high premium for good OLED equipment. I can easily see a big company with professionals dropping $4000-6000 on a quality display. However 14-15" is probably a little small for pros. Also if I were LG I would try to get Apple to incorporate OLED into the next Iphone. Once the Iphone has OLED watch it become standard in the phone industry.