Friday, November 20, 2009

Apple’s tiny tablet to ship way later than expected

Apple’s unannounced but much-rumored tablet computer apparently isn’t going to debut in the first half of 2010 has had been previously thought. Instead, the release has been pushed back by half a year, possibly to include a much better screen. According to component makers in Asia, Apple now plans to offer a tablet with a 9.7-inch OLED display. It’s also reportedly going to introduce a version with a 10.6-inch version with a more standard LCD display.

OLED (organic light-emitting diode) displays take advantage of the fact that some organic compounds glow when an electrical current is applied to them. This means there is no need of a backlight, as the individual pixels provide their own light. This allows OLED screens to be thinner and lighter than standard LEDs. Colors also tend to be more vivid.



  1. geez~~
    that apple luk so kewl sey...
    dpt 1.. gegel tgn hahhaha

  2. oho..lyn apple jgk ek..
    bgs2 :p

  3. hehehehe apple ok kalau orang tau erti technology