At 0.3mm thick, Sony’s 2.5-inch display is the world’s first full-color OLED display. Practical applications for this technology include: televisions, computer screens, digital audio players, and even billboards. Unlike LCDs, OLEDs do not require a backlight, which means they are ultra efficient if run off battery power. Sony has yet to set a commercial release date for these displays. Video after the break. Click here for first picture in gallery.

At just 3mm thick, the SonyDrive XEL-1 boasts “960 x 540 pixel resolution, terrestrial digital tuner, 2x 1W speaker, and HDMI, USB, and Ethernet jacks in a package measuring 287 x 140 x 253-mm and 2-kg (3.3-pounds).” Expect to shell out a hefty $1740 when it’s released. Click here for more pictures.

It’s here friends, Sony’s Drive teaser is none other than their 3-mm thin, 1,000,000:1 OLED TV, just announced official with a December 1st Japanese retail date

[via engadget]