[citation][nom]liquidchild[/nom]that would be sweet...too bad its 4/1 instead of 4/2[/citation]
Makes sense... after all, they're more concerned about looking flashy and trendy than actually developing a well-working product.
[citation][nom]Anomalyx[/nom]Makes sense... after all, they're more concerned about looking flashy and trendy than actually developing a well-working product.[/citation]
I fail.. I totally meant to quote:
[citation][nom]borisof007[/nom]I could see Apple using these in their window displays, it's pretty neat.[/citation]
SEOUL, Korea – March 31, 2011 - Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. announced today that it began mass production of the 22-inch transparent LCD panel in March this year.
Read the linked release form Samsung, this is real.
So how do these transparent displays work anyways? This article makes them sound like total worthless crap because it implies that the transparent monitors have no backlight of any kind. Does this mean I can't use the monitor in a completely dark room when I'm trying to watch a movie?