Toshiba Matsushita Display Introduces New 21" OLED Screen That Nobody Will Be Able to Buy

Another week, another display manufacturer trying to make us believe that large OLED screens are going to happen someday. Like Really-Real-Soon-Now™. This time it's the Toshiba Matsushita Display Technology Corporation, a joint venture that has been mass-producing 3.5-inch OLED screens for some time, showing off a 20.8-inch screen with a rather smleh 1280 x 768 pixels resolution and your usual 16.7 million colors.

Quite frankly, at this point I am starting to think that OLED will never really happen for big screens, but what about you, daring blurry-eyed morning reader? Will large scale OLED TVs and monitors ever reach the hands of consumers? Or is LCD, with the new battle for LED-based backlighting raging on, going to stay for the next decade and beyond? Please leave your opinions, cream-cheese bagel crumbs and Starbucks latte drops, right after the jump.

Press release (japanese) [Toshiba Matsushita Display via PC Watch]