Nikon's NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S are high-end lens for Nikon's full-frame mirrorless cameras. In a similar way to the Zeiss Batis Sony lens, the new Nikon lens include a small monochrome PMOLED display that shows key settings.
Other features of the new lens are Nikon’s new ARNEO coating, which complements Nikon’s Nano Crystal Coat to further reduce flare and ghosting, a dedicated manual focus ring and a Function (L-Fn) button. The new lens are lighter than Nikon's previous comparable lens.
Cooler Master's MM830 is a customizable MMO gaming mouse that featuresa built-in D-pad, eight programmable buttons, a 24,000 DPI optical sensor (Avago PMW3360) and dynamic four zones of RGB LED lighting. The MM830 also includes a monochrome white 96x64 customizable PMOLED display.
Cleer's Mirage Smart Display Speaker features a curved 7.8" flexible AMOLED display that is wrapped around the speaker's cylindrical body, to offer an "immersive viewing from all angles".
The Mirage offers Amazon Alexa integration and is based on Qualcomm's APQ8053 Smart Audio Platform with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. The audio device is a ringed 3.1-channel speaker with a passive radiator and several selectable DSP modes.
SmallHD's Focus OLED is a professional OLED monitor for DSLR or Mirrorless cameras. It features a 5.5" 1920x1080 AMOLED display (402 PPI, 350 nits), a tilting mounting system, HDMI and Micro-USB inputs and an option to power the camera via its 7.2 volt output.
The SmallHD Focus OLED was announced in April 2018 and is now shipping for $699 (note: referral link to Amazon).
The Royole RoWrite wordpad (RO-F930-A) is a tablet-like device released by Royole by the end of 2017. We originally thought this was an OLED tablet but eventually it seems that this device only includes a touch sensor (apparently Royole's own flexible sensor) that can accept pen-input, onto which you place a regular (A5) paper to write on.
The RoWrite includes memory for about 40 notes, and it can transfer these to both iOS and Android devices (via Bluetooth). The RoWrite started shipping in China towards the end of 2017 and is now available globally for $129.99.
Zeiss' Batis lens are full-frame autofocus lenses for Sony's mirrorless cameras. The f2/25mm and f1.8/85mm lenses include a small white PMOLED display that shows the distance of the focal plane from the camera system and the depth of fields.
The DEV-50V are digital recording binoculars that sport 0.8-25x zoom ratio, optical stabilizer, 20.4mp images and Full-HD (1080/60p) video. The binoculars weigh 850 grams. The viewfinders use two XGA OLED microdisplays (probably Sony made).
Sony's Aibo robot dog, in its 2017 version, is an LTE-powered robot that aims to replicate a real dog. Aibo's eyes use small round OLED displays that are used to blink and wink. Aibo is powered by a 64-bit quad-core CPU, LTE, 22 axes and multiple sensors and microphones.
Aibo is shipping in Japan only for around $1,750 plus $26 per month (for the LTE and cloud storage).
The Noon Lighting system is a home lighting that aims to enable layered lighting in home environments. The Noon Room Director replaces the master lighting switch with a 1.45" 280x280 (277 PPI) AMOLED touchscreen and wireless capabilities.
The Noon system will launch in November 2017, a director switch costs $199.99.
Sony's HMS-3000MT is a 2D/3D HMD aimed towards endoscopic imaging. It uses two Sony 0.7" OLED microdisplays (1280x720) and supports Dual-panel 3D method, built-in picture in picture feature and can flip images which enables the images to be viewed from each individual standing position. The GMS-3000MT is based on Sony's HMZ-T2 HMD.
the HMS-3000MT is now shipping in Japan. It costs ¥1,500,000 (about $15,000) for one HMD, monitor and cable and about ¥1,000,000 ($10,000) for each additional HMD. Plans to launch in other countries haven't been announced yet.