Bright Side of News reports DuPont has made a printing breakthrough that can produce a 50" OLED display in less than two minutes:
The company recently announced that it has developed a special OLED printing process that can produce a 50" large OLED display in less than two minutes. That's right - a single 50" DuPont OLED panel can be created within two minutes, removing the primary reason why the OLED production was so expensive - we asked Sony's rep on how much time it takes to manufacture that 11" OLED screen, and what we got was a disappointing answer. It turns out OLED printing machines would spend up to 30 minutes printing a single 11" panel, which was the reason why Sony's 11" OLED TV/Display debuted at $3499. However, anybody that saw that screen live thought they were looking in a Full HD screen.
A 50" OLED matrix printed in two minutes can be split into no less than ten 15" panels, which means a notebook equipped with an OLED screen becomes a reality. Furthermore, OLED is much thinner and flexible, meaning notebook designs could even get thinner, especially on the top side. It isn't hard to imagine transparent 15" laptops less than 1cm thick.