LG Display will soon bring its OLED panel technology to monitors, as the company has reportedly solved previous "burn-in" phenomena. Until now, OLED panels were used in large TVs and smartphones, as they suffered a chronic problem regarding deterioration of their pixels (Burn in). Like plasma and CRT before it, a large OLED could retain images on the screen temporarily, if it was left static for too long. First generation OLED phones had also similar issues.
Monitors have been weak against burn-in phenomena because they are used with PCs. For instance, the bottom taskbar of a PC running Windows does not change frequently as you are working on your PC, making this area successible to burn in phenomena.
But LG Display is said to have solved the issue and plans to develop OLED panels for monitors.
The company will likely showcase OLED screens for PCs and laprops at this year's CES, although it has not yet started mass production of them.