hmm... this might be interesting if it works as well as they say it does. It really is all talk until I can buy a phone thats got a 6-8" screen, but when its time to put it into my pocket... its got a 3-4" screen =]
[quotemsg=10836571,0,1296585][quotemsg=10836490,0,933911][quotemsg=10836313,0,401285]all I want is a 23 -24" monitor with 2,560 x 1,440 that doesn't cost and arm and a leg @$600 + a pop..... [/quotemsg]
Too small once you game on a 30" 2560 x 1600 you won't ever go back to those tiny displays, worth the extra money...[/quotemsg]
Three 23"-24" with Eyefinity gives you 7680*1440. Plus it gives you a better view for gaming.
Good luck having anywhere near the required horsepower for that in even the next few years.
[quotemsg=10837452,0,303271]Folds yes, but also shatters into 20 pieces if dropped from 4 inches[/quotemsg]
Unless you dump it in liquid nitrogen to make it stiff first, shattering something flexible/bendable would be extremely difficult since it would disperse most impact energy by bending instead of shattering.
It is the stiffness of crystalline materials like glass that make them easy to shatter - no other way to disperse impact energy.
OLED substrates on the other hand can be plastic or other non-crystalline transparent materials.