It’s a fact: OLED laptops are significantly cheaper than their CRT counterparts. Sure, they are not perfect, but they certainly offer much better value for the money. Here’s how.
The thing about flat panel displays is that they really are quite delicate. This is largely due to the fact that they are made out of plastic or aluminum. These materials are brittle and easily breakage may result in the LCD screen blowing out. And, yes, there’s also the problem of free radicals and the possibility of fire.
However, some research into touch screen technology has indicated that, instead of replacing LCD screens, this technology may actually be used to enhance them. As a result, LCD laptops, like the newer OLEDs, have much greater strength and durability.
To begin with, these new models of TVs, laptops, cell phones, and PDAs are capable of displaying much more data on one display than those earlier models could manage. They may be a fraction of the cost of their older cousins, but it’s clear to see why they can do so much more. And, if you are willing to pay a little extra, you can still get the latest models for as little as a quarter of the price of older models.
Another reason why these new models are so much cheaper is because they are now built using carbon nanotube technology. This technology allows for thinner displays which make them easier to make and also reduces manufacturing costs. Combine this with better power management, and you get substantially lower prices on the latest OLEDs.
Many of the new models of laptops can also be expanded without losing any data. This is because they do not require a disk drive. As a result, consumers will find that buying an OLED laptop can provide much better value than their CRT counterparts.
Chips and memory are also becoming a lot smaller. This means that an OLED laptop can still have the same amount of memory as its CRT counterpart but, at the same time, have many more individual chips and memory cells.
In fact, the newest models may be among the first to be equipped with highly advanced and powerful graphic processors. These systems can also handle higher resolutions than CRTs can handle. Furthermore, they may even have more pixels per inch.
Along with this, consumers can expect to see changes in the dark green hue of the LCD screen. The light green hue of the CRT screens has been replaced by a much darker gray. This is a big difference indeed.
The other major change is in the sound, as the high performance of the processors allow for the introduction of Dolby Surround Sound technology. This allows the users to hear both music and surround sound all at the same time. It is amazing that it is possible to play different sounds and music so well, especially when it is so easy to install the necessary technology.
Of course, the new models will have a high performance computer, yet they will also be much easier to use. Because of the next change – faster processors, processors of today are just not capable of handling the processing load required to run advanced video games and other applications. Although there will be some legacy applications that need to be handled manually, the new models will have a faster processor and can handle graphics, web browsing, and other tasks much more quickly than the older models.
What is most exciting about these laptops is that they are so user friendly. There will be no special technical knowledge needed to operate the computer system. For many people, this will be a welcome change.