Palm OS users were the first to enjoy large OLED screens with the now-classic CLIE VZ90. Its HVGA screen was the largest OLED on the market for a long time- but it has recently been beaten by both Sony’s OLED TV and the newly-announced OQO Model 2+ pictured below:
jas oqo ces 0 OLED strikes back   OQO Model 2+ handled

According to Engadget, this 999$ unit will drop in H1 2009, and will be powered by a 1.86GhZ Atom CPU. The screen resolution is 800×480 (aka not too much) – stay tuned for further info as we get it.

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