A 4K OLED Monitor That’s NOT a Prototype! – Asus PQ22UC @ CES

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A 4K OLED Monitor That's NOT a Prototype! – Asus PQ22UC @ CES

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    1. +lilkwarrior Maybe briefly, OLED were insanely expensive when they first came out too (ah who remembers the Sony Xel-1 launched in 2008, 960×540 resolution 11″ display for $2500!) , however they will actually be cheaper to manufacture than OLEDs once the process is worked out as the component costs will be much lower. Considering the huge advantages though (perfect blacks, super high contrast, super wide viewing angle, no screenburn, faster response times) every manufacturer will be competing with them so they will mature really quickly!

    2. Dragonbait What you’re saying all makes perfect sense.

      It builds on mature existing tech & this easier for manufacturers to transistor to compared to OLED that requires a lot more drastic changes to the process of most manufacturers.

      They have all the incentive to price their way to being competitive OLED sooner than later.

      Such companies effectively don’t want to compete with LG, Samsung, & OLED.

      I & others are just skeptical how “soon” that can be with the yields

  1. why are monitors 2yr behind TV’s tech. I have a 1300$ 55″ 4k OLED HDR 1ms RT. most monitor should be 4k HDR at a reasonable price by now, instead we get overpriced ultrawides with RGB lights great.

    1. Shiggy same thing I said when I almost bought this tv, I’m like 1ms!? No way, I later realised it not input lag. Still an amazing tv!!! But to big for me.

    2. this is not about monitor tech being being TV tech. On the contrary, monitors are usually far superior to TVs in most aspects. The reason why OLED hasn’t hit the monitor market yet is because of one big glaring issue with OLED – image retention. Content on TVs usually has constantly moving images, while computer monitors usually have many static images for a long time.

    3. Only 2 years behind? More like a decade behind.
      The reason is, most monitors are made in China. While the big tv brands are made in Japan or south Korea.

    1. I would also point out burn-in is also something which occurs in high end amplifiers and speakers, in this case its a good thing, its the new components settling in if you may. Im not sure of how the burn-in factor works in tv’s but the term isn’t necessarily one to worry about if the technology is designed to do this ’settling‘ in.

    2. it happens on oled and plasma tv’s. Burn in is not a good thing, and is nothing to do with electronics or speaker drivers „settling in“

    3. Most modern oled displays have ways to combat this with a pixel refresher. It also only happens if you have static images in the same place for hours on end such as the heads up display in racing games. Just make sure to take a break once in awhile or change your viewing content.

    4. Ghettochild_2600 This is using a JOLED/Japan Display panel with TADF materials, burn-in and image retention aren’t issues for this panel. Its only a problem for Samsung/LG panels.

  2. Panel is made by JOLED (Japan Display Inc. subsidiary), NOT Samsung/LG panel.

    Forget Samsung and LG, start thinking about Japan Display and JOLED. Samsung uses vapor deposition so they will never achieve the yield rates required for larger OLED panels at an affordable price. LG on the other hand uses WRGB which is vastly inferior to RGB Super Top Emission that Japan Display uses. Japan Display and JOLED are making inkjet printed OLED which has a near 99% yield rate with TADF (Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence) emitters that almost eliminate the burn-in issue and allows them to mass produce much better panels than Sam/LG. Japan Display is the player to watch, not Samsung and LG. This ASUS monitor is using a JOLED panel, not LG or Samsung.

  3. Tech is not moving at the speed of light, its come to a stand still however companies are at a saturation point and have to release new products , but they have had this tech for a long time. Sad really

  4. ips sucks! VA much better.. stop promoting IPS.. its a lie and its annoying that everyone lies about it..
    all ips monitors ive seen has light bleeds..

    i have hopes from OLED though..

    Cheers

    1. +S0u11ess I have an old Full HD Benq with VA, and it is great, no blacklight bleeding at all. After 5 years it is still working! It is amazing!

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