Some days ago we told you that LG has exhibited a 84-inch 3DTV with a 4Kx2K resolution. On SID 2010 in Seattle LG has also exhibited new touch, OLED, curved display, and IPS technology.
Display technology by LG
LG has brought a lot of interesting technology to this year’s SID 2010 fair in Seattle.
One of the new technologies that LG had on display was a 21.5 optical touch panel that combines the advantages of capacitive touch technology which is very responsive, and resistive touch technology which is ideal for writing on small surfaces
In the ‘Next-Generation Display’ Zone, LG Display presented its different display technologies. On display was a 10.1-inch curved LCD with slim glass, and the world’s thinnest TV panel which measures just 2.6mm in thickness.
LG also exhibited a 15.6-inch notebook LCD product that realizes the world’s lowest power consumption levels, a 3.98-inch UHD mobile high resolution (394 PPI) panel, and a 9.7-inch color e-paper display scheduled to begin mass production within the year.
Finally, LG had brought a 19-inch flexible e-paper and a 3-inch OLED panel for handheld devices.
LG will be promoting their IPS technology on SID 2010 as well.
The zone will feature a 240Hz 47-inch LCD TV with 3 ms MPRT (motion picture response time) and a 9.7-inch smartbook product utilizing AH-IPS technology. Most smaller LCD panels today are based on the cheaper TN panel technology.
LG will also have some side-by-side comparisons between IPS and TN monitors on their stand.
Most of the exhibited technologies are soon coming to the market and the SID fair have a tradition of indicating the marked trends in the coming years.