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LG.Philips LCD Demonstrates Cutting-Edge Suite of TFT-LCDs at FPD International 2006

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  1. malware New Member

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    LG.Philips LCD, a leading manufacturer of thin-film transistor liquid crystal display (TFT-LCD) technology, announced today that it will showcase its cutting-edge suite of TFT-LCD panels for HDTVs, desktop monitors, notebook PCs and mobile phones at booth #380 during FPD International 2006 in Yokohama, Japan. FPD International will be held at the Pacifico Yokohama from October 18 through 20 in Yokohama, Japan.

    A sampling of the company’s show highlights include:

    Full HD LCDs for True HDTVs
    LG.Philips LCD will demonstrate its line-up of full high definition (1920 x 1080, two megapixels) TFT-LCD panels for HDTVs, including 37-, 42- and 47-inch widescreen displays. These panels all feature a viewing angle of 178 degrees, a 1600:1 dynamic contrast ratio, a maximum brightness of 600 cd/m2, a gray-to-gray response time of 8 ms and a high color gamut of 92 percent for natural image display. The company will also present its 100-inch widescreen, a full HD LCD panel, which was recently listed in the 2007 Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s largest LCD panel.

    Budiman Sastra, LG.Philips LCD’s Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer said, “This year, we have unveiled a number of products that mark significant milestones in the history of the display industry, including a 100-inch LCD panel and a 14.1-inch flexible e-book display, both of which are the largest of their kind. We believe these product developments, as well as other innovations across our product portfolio, highlight LG.Philips LCD’s technology leadership and underscore our ability to effectively meet our customers’ current and future needs and satisfy consumer demand.”

    Superior LCDs for Premium Desktop Monitors and Notebook PCs
    In addition, LG.Philips LCD will show its fleet of TFT-LCD panels for premium desktop monitors, including the world’s largest and highest resolution 30-inch wide QXGA+ (2560 x 1600) LCD panel, and a 26-inch wide UXGA (1920 x 1200) LCD panel. The latest in TFT-LCD technology for notebook PCs will also be featured, including an ultra slim LCD panel which is just 6.7mm thick and the world’s largest 20.1-inch wide LCD panel.

    Medium & Small TFT-LCDs
    Also shown at FPD International is LG.Philips LCD’s small and medium display solutions for mobile applications. These displays will strengthen the company’s position in the burgeoning multimedia display market. The company will show its medium displays including the 7- and 10.4-inch LCD panels for car navigation systems, as well as its 4- and 8-inch LCD panels for automotive entertainment. Also to be featured are small displays including a 2.4-inch VGA low temperature poly-silicon (LTPS) LCD panel with In-Plane Switching (IPS) technology for wider viewing angle and a 2.4-inch QVGA active matrix organic light emitting diodes (AMOLED) panel.

    Next-generation Displays
    In addition to the aforementioned demonstrations, LG.Philips LCD will highlight the following prototypes for new technologies during FPD International 2006.
    - 42-inch LCD panel for TVs with an impressive motion picture response time
    - 32-inch LCD panel for TVs featuring a low power external electrode fluorescent lamp (EEFL) (68W)
    - 32-inch LCD panel for full HDTVs incorporating LED Backlight Unit (BLU) with local dimming
    function for enhanced picture quality and contrast ratio
    - 15-inch monitor LCD panel that features two viewing angles (178 and 80 degrees)

    Source: LG.Philips
  2. Mr. Track New Member

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    How are these LCDs better than what is already out right now?

    Except for the 6mm thick LCD, now thats cool!
  3. jocksteeluk

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    The 13th room on the 13th floor of the 13th buildi
    what happened to the microfilm monitiors that were spoken of 3 years ago?
  4. Tr4cker New Member

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    What happened to Laser Monitors?

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