Elec: LG will release a 20-inch OLED panel for gaming monitors later this year

According to South Korean news site The Elec, LG plans to launch a A 20-inch OLED panel will be revealed. It is reported that LG Displays vice president Kang Won-seok said this at an exhibition of display manufacturers in South Korea.

The panel is said to be primarily intended for gaming monitors, and it will also be bendable. Right now, the 42-inch LG C2 OLED TV is the company’s smallest “screen”, although it’s still too big for most users. In May, LG showed off a prototype of a gaming monitor that has an adjustable curvature, but it’s also on the big side at 42 inches.

20″ sounds too small actually. Today 27″ is the standard for 16:9 desktop screens and 34″ for Ultra HD screens. 20″ is too big for a laptop; gaming laptops with OLED screens already exist, and they usually Size 14 or 15 inches.

A wide range of OLED displays would be welcome anyway. In addition to 42-inch OLED TVs, you can really only choose between higher-priced OLEDs for photo and video editing, and Samsung’s new ultra-fast displays with qd-oled panels, of which Dell’s Alienware AW3423DW is particularly popular.

Burning in OLEDs is still a problem, of course, especially with static interface elements, like the Windows taskbar. Samsung qd-oleds will be less affected by this, but time will tell.


Dell Alienware AW3423DW, with Samsung qd-oled panel

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