Toshiba and Panasonic double OLED TV lifespan

OLED screens use organic materials that degrades lifespan to around 40 percent less than a standard LCD screen. An OLED TV like Sony's XEL-1 is rated at 30,000 hours - or eight hours a day for ten years.

Now, Toshiba Matsushita Display Technology (the joint venture between Toshiba and Panasonic) has come up with a new display that doubles the life of OLED screens by increasing the efficiency of the way they use emitted light.

- Jan 25th 2008

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