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Analyst predicts OLED lighting market

5/24/2011 09:02 AM EDT
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agk
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agk   5/25/2011 6:15:14 AM
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Right now the cost of LED lights are expensive. They are suitable at places where round the clock electric lights are requird to glow.At these places the investment will be returned in long run. OLED is much more expensive than the LED's. So we need to wait and see the acceptability of the price tag.

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phoenixdave   5/24/2011 5:08:28 PM
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Price point will be the key to acceptance, and marketing that shows a savings in the energy costs. What is the market prediction in the US?

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DrFPGA   5/24/2011 2:43:10 PM
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Well back in 2006 this is what they said...10.2B (Displays and LEDs) by 2011. Check out the details here- http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-products/other/4083902/Report-Paper-OLED-displays-to-reach-10-2B-sales-by-2011

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goafrit   5/24/2011 1:50:47 PM
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I was expecting it to be twice that amount. For the fact that govt will tighten my regulations, this industry will pick up faster than we think

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