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Rosen goes large with OLED display profiles
The larger sizes of the product line additions really highlight the benefits of OLED technology, but are lightweight and measure only one inch in depth. They will be available from 2023.
The Maverick project is Rosen's large display OLED line, with 65" and 77" models available by the middle of 2023.

Oregon-headquartered cabin electronics specialist Rosen Aviation has expanded its line of OLED displays with 65” and 77” units in development, and with even more products and larger sizes to be announced soon. Both displays are part of ongoing STC projects and will be available mid-2023.

Like all of Rosen's OLED products, the 65” and 77” additions are ground-up aviation specific designs that boast best-in-class specifications in a sleek, lightweight profile. The 65” model is expected to weigh just 36 pounds, and the larger 77” is planned to tip the scales at only 43 pounds. Both all-in-one products will measure one inch in depth.

Senior vice president strategy Lee Clark says: "The 22” through 55” OLEDs we launched last year have surpassed even our own expectations in market demand and sales, and I think we have an opportunity to eclipse our forecasts again with the latest 65” and 77” offerings. The larger sizes really highlight the amazing benefits from OLED technology. A comparable sized 65”+ LED display could weigh nearly 100 pounds. We're going to more than halve that number.”

Rosen advises customers to place orders as soon as possible amidst global supply chain issues, citing longer-than-usual lead times from suppliers. The cabin electronics provider noted challenges faced during the initial launch of its OLED line last year and the innovative ways it overcame parts and material shortages that presented worldwide complications. Rosen says its internal systems are more robust and better equipped to handle any future uncertainty in the supply chain, but advanced orders are always recommended.

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