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Philips LCD used new ultra-thin light guide plate and glass substrate technologies to further reduce the panel's thickness.
However, the high speed response LCD panel developed by LG.
Philips LCD Vice Chairman and CEO Bon Joon Koo said, "We are very happy to be recognized with this award.
The impressive new collection of Olevia LCD TVs -- consisting of the "3 Series," "5 Series" and "7 Series" -- features world-class technology, state-of-the-art image processing and video quality that far surpasses any comparably priced product in the market, and has been designed and engineered to elevate the Olevia brand to top-tier status among its peers.
LTPS employment, which enables a narrower LCD frame than that of amorphous silicon.
LCD panel makers are continuing to beef up production facilities for sixth generation LCD panels in order to respond to the sharp expansion in demand for LCD televisions.
In anticipation of this new demand, Sharp developed mobile ASV LCD technology which combines its proprietary Advanced Super View LCD and Advanced-TFT LCD technologies.
4-inch LCD module, we expect to see a significant increase in their use in LCD devices and in their fields of use.
Designing a graphic LCD panel into a system can be a serious headache -- there's a long list of hardware and software components coming together -- panels, microcontrollers, display controllers and graphics software.
Since developing the world's first 14-inch color TFT LCD TV in 1988, Sharp has consistently led the industry with larger screen sizes, introducing the first 45-inch model in 2004 and the first 65-inch LCD TV.
As with most LCD modules in NEC's standard industrial lineup, backward compatibility with its predecessors with respect to outer dimensions, position of mounting holes, and center of the screen enables the new module to be replaced easily-without the need for changing any peripheral appliances due to interface incompatibility.
22" wide LCD that shows different images on both sides of the same screen for mobile applications, a 70" diagonal, full-HD LCD TV panel for the home, and an 82" diagonal, digital information display (DID) for public settings.