Asus has been keeping pretty busy at CeBIT, what with launching a new ultrathin netbook, showing off a new Eee Keyboard, EeeNAS, and other devices including a dual screen notebook. But the company isn’t done innovating. Not by a long shot. According to The Register, Asus CEO Jonney Shih also mentioned today that the company is thinking about adding a computer with an OLED display to its Eee PC lineup.
OLED technology would give such a netbook a bright and vibrant screen, while drawing less power than current LCD screens and helping prolong battery life. But right now OLED screens tend to cost an awful lot of money, so either Shih knows something I don’t, or an Eee PC with an OLED screen would cost more than a few bucks more than most of the Eee PC netbooks available today.
via Electric Pig