JOLED Begins OLED Shipments with OLEDIO Display Factory

JOLED has started product shipment of its OLEDIO displays. These displays are OLED displays by mass production of the printing method, one that’s different to the conventional vapor deposition method.

Blur Busters has mentioned before that JOLED has working to bring out 144Hz OLED monitors.

Now according to the official press release, the displays will come out anywhere between 10-inch and 32-inch, as high-performance and high-quality monitors under the OLEDIO brand in high-end monitors, medical monitors, and automotive displays.

JOLED creates OLED displays by using the TRIPRINT technology, one which forms an EL layer by printing RGB EL materials.

The production process is apparently easier and more efficient than traditional means and is expected to be a major innovating factor in OLED display production.

We are looking forward to OLED gaming monitors finally arriving on the market eventually, even though it has been an extremely long wait. That said, remains to be seen if they will be direct OLEDIO-branded gaming monitors, or OLEDIO-branded panels sold to existing gaming monitor vendors such as AUO / LG.

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Don’t know why my other comment didn’t show up…. but

OLEDIO panels will be sold to manufacturers like LG, Asus, Acer, etc, and will then be placed into a model for the consumer market. LG is ALREADY using the OLED panels from JOLED in their upcoming 27EP950 and 32EP950 OLED monitors…. how good they will be is yet to be known. So far all we know is respective sizes (27/32) and that LG confirmed a HDR400 True Black certification. Which means peak brightness of at least 400 nits and since its OLED it has that insane contrast ratio as each pixel is self emissive.

On that note, anyone who claims you can’t have proper HDR without 1000 peak nits doesn’t have a clue what they are talking about. Nits is really only about making the panel (monitor or tv) visible based on ambient light. An example would be those giant TV’s you see at stadiums. They are generally around 5000+ nits in order to be seen in daylight. Another example is your cellphone. With auto brightness enabled, indoors it will self adjust between 20% and 60% brightness. When you step outside into direct sunlight, to overcome that “ambient light” it will jack your phone display to 100% brightness. EVEN WHEN TUNING monitors and televisions for color accuracy, you are actually settings a brightness level based on ambient light, many who have theater rooms with no windows will tune the display in pitch black darkness, only light being that of the display. They aren’t going to tune that to 1000nits or anywhere near close, because it would literally give you eye fatigue. EVEN NOW with gaming monitors, with blue light filters. Blue light isn’t the problem, its having 300+ nits not even 2 feet from your face scorching your retina’s. The blue light isn’t the issue. If I jack my monitor to 100% brightness I get fatigued really quickly. Yet, if I tune the monitor to 120 nits because that’s the sweet spot for color accuracy, I get no fatigue, I can literally use my PC forever and I don’t get worn out or get headaches.

Do, HDR400 is great. My only gripe with OLED is its still sample and hold technology, however black frame insertion can help this by flashing to black aka off between colors. This will cut that sample and hold time basically in half. Making the OLED in this case, behave very similar to a CRT display, which means we can get back to epic gaming on super smooth displays. In fact, if you were to compare an OLED TV with black frame insertion enabled at 60hz to a 240hz TN gaming display (flicker free) they will look the same motion blur wise…. its THAT GOOD. Which means 120hz, 144hz, or even 240hz OLED will be even more majestic…. too bad most brands think OLED is for productivity only monitor wise….. its a shame.


LGs ultrafine oled monitors (27″ and 32″) coming to market are using the joled panels. So they will be selling to businesses not consumers. No direct sales. So yes like AUO and LGDisplay.


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