Samsung Crafts World's First Color Quantum Dot Display
Feb 22, 2011, 5:32 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Samsung's researchers have created what it says is the world's first quantum dot display. Quantum dot displays offer a number of benefits, including brighter colors, reduced manufacturing costs, while still allowing for extremely thin displays. Samsung's color quantum dot display is four inches across the diagonal, and the dots are turned on and off by a thin transistor film. Quantum dots can be used in rigid glass as well as flexible plastic displays. The technology still needs a lot of development time, however, and won't be available in electronics devices for at least three years. In late 2010, LG Display and QD Vision announced a partnership whereby the two companies would work together on active matrix, quantum-dot LEDs (QLEDs). LG and QD didn't comment on when quantum dot displays would become available.
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