The ASUS DR-570 was to be the first e-reader with an OLED display. It has built-in Wi-Fi and 3G, and can play videos and flash. ASUS claims 122 hours lifetime on one battery charge - obviously the OLED display contributes a lot to that great battery life.
The ASUS DR-570 was never released though as a commercial product
The Magic Talker L-600 is a "multi-lingual assistant" for the Korean market. It has 3 kinds of dictionaries - English, Chinese and Japanese, with "authentic" native-speaker voice. Besides the speaking dictionaries and some 'educational' content, it supports MP3, T-DMB, FM radio, voice recorder, e-Book reader, and more.
Eintech Magic Talker’s L-600
The L-600 has 4GB internal memory and a microSD slot. We don't have any pricing yet...
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.
Razer's Sabertooth is an Xbox 360 controller that features six additional mappable buttons, a comfortable grip and a small monochrome (green) PMOLED display. The OLED display allows customization of the controller’s features.
Sony's second-generation mobile gaming console features a 5" touch OLED display (960x544, Samsung made, apparently with green PHOLED), a quad-core ARM Cortex A9 processor and a quad-core PowerVR (SGX543MP4+) GPU (Sony says that it is as powerful as a PS3), Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and 3G (AT&T, optional). Gaming controls include dual analog sticks, motion controls and a multi-touch pad on the rear side.
Basically Sony says that there are five basic concepts to the PS2: Revolutionary User Interface, Social Connectivity, Location-based Entertainment, Converging Real and Virtual (augmented) Reality. The Vita costs $249 for the Wi-Fi version and $299 for the 3G one.
The Mobilux is a portable video magnifier with a 3.4" AMOLED display suitable for any level of vision impairment. It features 4 hours battery life and a 2mp camera sensor. Eschenbach say that the AMOLED provides the highest contrast ratio on the market and the best (170°) viewing angle.
Diamond Vision OLED is a modular display (100" or larger) for outdoor use which tiles small PMOLED panels. Mitsubishi has two kinds of modules: 384x384mm (128x128 resolution) and smaller 96x96mm (32x32) ones - which can be used to create curved or spherical displays. Each pixel is about 3mm in size - you need to view the displays from at least two meters away. The Diamond Vision is bright (1,200cd/m²) and has a good contrast (twice as better as LED, says Mitsubishi) - so it can be used in brightly-lit areas such as airports or stations. The OLED materials were jointly developed by Mitsubishi and Pioneer.