So when Panasonic shows at CES what they claim is "the world first printed OLED screen" and BOE states that they have the technology to print Amoled on their website, you mean "No one is printing OLEDs" as in that they are not in production or that they haven't manufactured prototypes yet?
Because my question was really whether they had made prototypes. I know they are not on the marked but being shown at tradeshows. Panasonic obviously have.
BOE states; "It is understood that the new type of the BOE 65 inches HD display oxide TFT backplane technology used is also AMOLED display industry development essential technology.
Late last month, the BOE also released the world's first fusion oxide TFT backplane technology and ink-jet printing technology of large-size AMOLED display" which of course doesn't directly confirm that they have made prototypes.
Edited by coolscan - 1/12/13 at 5:02pm