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MED Explores the Potentially Big Business of Tiny Displays

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LOS ANGELES, CA – Small is big, at least in the eyes of MicroEmissive Displays Ltd. (MED on the AIM) a Scottish electronics company that’s betting polymer organic LEDs (P-OLEDs) attributes are about to crack open a huge market in tiny displays. 

Based in Edinburgh, MED has married P-OLED IP from Cambridge Display Technology Ltd, with tried-and-true semiconductor manufacturing techniques, for a cost-effective 0.24-inch color polymer OLED television.  The device leverages compact magnifying optics, to produce a large virtual image that can be used in a variety of portable consumer applications with a significant improvement in power consumption. 

Period11 May 2008

LOS ANGELES, CA – Small is big, at least in the eyes of MicroEmissive Displays Ltd. (MED on the AIM) a Scottish electronics company that’s betting polymer organic LEDs (P-OLEDs) attributes are about to crack open a huge market in tiny displays. 

Based in Edinburgh, MED has married P-OLED IP from Cambridge Display Technology Ltd, with tried-and-true semiconductor manufacturing techniques, for a cost-effective 0.24-inch color polymer OLED television.  The device leverages compact magnifying optics, to produce a large virtual image that can be used in a variety of portable consumer applications with a significant improvement in power consumption. 

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TitleMED Explores the Potentially Big Business of Tiny Displays
Media name/outletNew Tech Press Network / Footwasher Media
Date of coverage11/05/08
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