E-ink, limited use. I want a device that does as much as possible so I have to full my house with a few gadgets as possible. E-ink only use is ebook readers, instant fail.
Flexible screens? Hmm, I dunno, roll up screens? Might distort images... not sure how useful it is anyway.
I want the flat OLED screen. It'll do any task well. Probably use less power than LCD too. Would make a great technology for some sort of touchscreen netbook tablet that I'm hoping Apple comes out with, that would take on both kindle and netbooks.
Which technology development would affect the biggest impact on content delivery - Flexible screens vs e-Ink flat screens vs OLED flat screens?
I like the direction of display technology shown by e-ink products, however I keep thinking that flexible screen technology would allow way, way, WAY more to happen. And if the point of technology (for the masses) is all about content (delivery, retrieval, creation, storage, etc.) - then wouldn't it be more important to develop that?
or...if flexible screen technology was available today in a popular product category, would it be too ahead of its time? Or is e-ink and OLED development on the previously written plan for display makers to figure out such that flexible screen tech is possible?
anyway...I just got lots of questions about this stuff...