Samsungs transparent displays
Samsung's first products with transparent displays

29 Aug 2012 | Rasmus Larsen |

Samsung started production of transparent displays in March and Samsung’s first products based on transparent displays are coming out later in September. Samsung wants to exhibit a “cube” design and transparent module displays that can be combined for one huge transparent video wall.

Samsung’s transparent displays

Samsung’s first two products based on transparent LCD panels are debuting at IFA 2012 in Berlin. The first product – the so-called NL22B – is a small box with space in the middle. It is considered an advertising tool for companies. On the picture below you see a Galaxy Note inside and specification on a transparent display panel.

Samsung NL22B
Samsung’s 22-inch transparent LCD display is used in this cube-shaped product for advertising purposes

The second product is a transparent LCD panel with a very slim bezel, making it suitable for large video walls with many combined screens.

Both products are based on Samsung’s 22-inch transparent LCDs that went into production in March 2012. The panels have a transmittance rate of 15 percent. The panels are also sold to other manufacturers.

Samsung 5.5 mm bezel
Samsung has also developed this LCD panel with 5.5 mm bezel

In the same release Samsung also mentioned that they have a traditional 22-inch LCD panel (seen above) with an extremely slim 5.5 mm bezel. All products will be exhibited at IFA 2012 in Berlin later this week.

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