A 15-year-old polymer may challenge indium tin oxide in OLED displays
from IEEE Spectrum
OLED TVs, hitting store shelves in giant screen sizes, are likely to draw more consumer eyes than wallets in 2013, due to their cost of about $10,000 for a 55-inch diagonal unit. That's a consumer problem. Manufacturers have another concern: potential shortages. Like LCD TVs, they rely on indium, a material in high demand for solar panels as well as displays.
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