Jumaat, 24 April 2009

For all potential Apple`s buyers, you might wait jusr a while to have a new super aerodynamic-Notebook from Apple. Rumous has spreaded every where and it become a great marketing for Apple. By using Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) technology, the current hard-rock keyboard will be replaced by shiny-tiny-bright keyboard, together with highly interactive touch screen on the laptop.

The Best Thing About OLEDs?

So what’s the big whoop about OLEDs? Well, if you’re not familiar, the acronym stands for “organic light-emitting diode” technology, which some have been predicting for more than half a decade now will eventually displace LCD displays for computers and flat-panel televisions. The technology is also sometimes called light emitting polymer (LEP) or organic electro luminescence (OEL).

OLED technology could theoretically enable fabrication of display screens 1,000 times thinner than a human hair using organic light-emitting diodes that can be printed on a sheet of plastic and should be cheaper to manufacture — costing only an estimated 60 percent as much as LCDs to produce.

Other benefit of this technolgy is that , OLED could reduce up 60% off the manufacturing cost and we do hope the price of the new laptopn/notebook generation will be lesser. OLED is also believed to contribute much more less power consumption and again we will have longer spending time in playing laptop together with battery dependency.

But, the most important is that , could you imagine how interactive is your itune application when the start spacebar turn to stop function once we click to start. Moreover, this type of keyboard would really shine for media work, since applications like Photoshop, Logic, and Final Cut could be significantly simplified by displaying more information about (and on) each key . Apple has spent around US 500 Million on the OLED R & D together with LG to produce the OLED-based product.