OLED displays are used in lot's of products - and here we list all products with OLED screens that do not fit in our main categories.

Zeiss Batis Sony lens

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.

Zeiss Batis Sony lens photo

Zeiss will ship these new lenses in July 2015. The f1.8 will cost $1,199 while the f2 will cost $1,299.

Sony HMS-3000MT

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.

Sony HMS-3000MT photo

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.

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Apogee Duet 2

Apogee's Duet2 is their second generation audio interface for Mac with a USB (2.0) interface, 2 inputs and 4 outputs, new mic preamp and converters, 24-bit/192Khz recording, configurable touch pads. And a full-color OLED display.

Apogee Duet 2 photo

The Duet2 will be available in April 2011 for $595.

Sony Playstation Vita (PSP2)

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.

Eschenbach Mobilux

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.

Eschenbach Mobilux photo

The Mobilux is now shipping for $695.

RTI T2-C+ Universal Controller

RTI's T2-C+ is a universal remote that has a dual-RF platform (433Mhz and 2.4Ghz, Zigbee), wide IR frequency range, 533Mhz CPU, USB 2.0, three way rocker switch and a touch OLED display (240x320).

RTI T2-C+ photo

The T2-C+ is now shipping.

SonyEricsson LiveView

The LiveView is an Android accessory - it has a small (1.3") PMOLED display and can communicate via Android 2.x devices. You can control music, get notifications about phone calls, updates from applications (twitter, facebook) and more. The idea is that you can wear it like a watch.

SonyEricsson LiveView photo

The LiveView costs $35, it's also available in the UK for £55.99. Here's a short video:

Mitsubishi Diamond Vision OLED

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.

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Mitsubishi is selling Diamond Vision OLEDs since September 21st, 2010. The first installation is a 3.84m by 2.3m with a 1280x768 resolution (60 modules at 128x128) display at Merck's research center. The second one is the Geo-Globe, a 6-meter sphere at Tokyo's Science Museum - and it has 10,362 panels - each 96x96mm in size - total resolution is more than 10 million pixels.

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