OLED displays provide better image quality, a low response time, low power consumption and a thinner design. While OLEDs are already very popular in smartphones, wearables, VR headsets and TVs, burn-in challenges and high production costs have resulted in slower adoption in the laptop market.
In 2020 Lenovo became the first company to offer a laptop with a foldable OLED. The ThinkPad X1 Fold features a 13.3" 2048x1536 foldable OLED display that is produced by LG Display. The display takes up the entire interior of this this device, and this is what will likely to be just a first design that may eventually become the future of mobile computing.
Samsung's Galaxy Book Pro is a Windows 10 laptop that features either a 13.3" or 15.6" 1920x1080 AMOLED display. The Galaxy Pro is based on 11th generation Intel Core chipsets (i3, i5 or i7). The 13.3" has optional LTE connectivity. The 13.3" model weighs 0.88 Kg.
The Galaxy Book Pro360 offers similar specifications, but add S Pen (Stylus) support and 5G connectivity for the 13.3" model.
The Asus ZenBook Pro Duo 15 (UX582) is the company's second generation dual display laptop, with a main 15.6-inch 4K AMOLED display, and a secondary 14.09-inch UHD LCD. Other features include a Core i7/i9 chipset, Nvidia RTX 3070 chipset and up to 1TB of storage.
The 2022 edition of Lenovo's foldable laptop, the ThinkPad X1 Fold, offers a 16.3" 2024x2560 touch-enable foldable OLED display (12-inch when folded), an Intel Core i7 chipset, 32GB of RAM and 1TB of PCIe Gen-4 SSD storage.
The ThinkPad X1 Fold will ship in November 2022, starting at $2,499.
Xiaomi's Book Pro 2022 laptop range comes with two variants, the Book Pro 14 and the Book Pro 16. The Book Pro 14 offers a 14-inch 2880x1880 90Hz AMOLED display (no LCD option on either laptops) and Intel's latest hybrid Alter Lake P chipsets (Core i5 or Core i7).
The Book Pro 16 offers similar specifications, but with a larger 16-inch 3840x2400 60Hz AMOLED display.
MSI's Raider GE67 HX is a high-end Windows 11 gaming laptop with a 15.6" 0.2ms 2560x1440 240Hz OLED display (produced by SDC). The laptop is based on Intel's 12th-Gen chipsets (up to Core i9) and Nvidia GPUs.
The Raider GE67 HX should launch soon, as pre-orders are already available.
HP's premium laptop series, the Spectre x360, offers OLED versions of its 13.3" (3000x2000) and 15.6" di1splays (or an LCD option). The laptops are powered by Intel's 12-gen chipsets and Evo's platform and both offer Gorilla Glass screen cover protection.
HP's 2022 Spectre x360 laptops are now shipping, starting at $1,250 for the 13.3" model (LCD option).
HP's 2022 Envy x360 convertible laptops offer either LCD or OLED displays. The Envy 13 has a 13.3" FHD OLED display while the 16 has a 120Hz 16-inch one. The laptop are based on Intel's Alder Lake chipsets (Core i7 or Core i5) and offer a claimed 20.5 hours battery (13.3" model).
Acer's Swift 3 OLED (model SF314-71)is the company's first OLED laptop, that features a 14" 16:10 2880x1800 (2.8K) AMOLED display with a 92% screen-to-body-ratio. The laptop is powered by Intel's 12-GenCore H-series pocessors and offers PCIe Gen 4 SSDs and up to 16 GB of LPDDR5 memory.
The Swift 3 OLED laptop will ship globally in July 2022, starting at $899.
Asus launched several OLED laptops in 2022, under the Zenbook and Vivobook series, many of which offer OLED display options.
The Zenbook Pro 16X large workstation laptop features a 16" 16:10 60Hz 4K OLED display, the Zenbook Pro 14 Duo that has a 14.5-inch 120Hz 2.8K OLED on the top (with a 12.7" display on the bottom part). There are also models with 13.3" OLED displays, and 15.6" ones.