Samsung showed off 40-inch OLED display and Blu-ray recorder

Posted on Wednesday, September 28 2005 @ 1:10 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Jong-Yong Yun, Vice Chairman and CEO of Samsung Electronics, hosted an elaborate display of some of the company's newest products and technologies -- some shown for the first time in North Americ -- on Monday.

Following Mr. Yun's address, attendees at the Global Road Show experienced in sound, video, and live demonstrations, a wide range of new products and devices including:
  • A 40-inch OLED television, the largest working prototype of this new screen technology.
  • The world's largest commercialized DLP (digital light projector) TV, measuring 71 inches.
  • A Blu-ray disc recorder with a built-in HD digital terrestrial tuner.
  • A host of new mobile phones, portable media players and color laser printers.

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