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AUO show off next-gen mobile display tech at Touch Taiwan show

AUO show off next-gen, super-thin mobile display technology at Touch Taiwan

| Displays & Projectors News | Posted: Aug 29, 2013 10:01 am

Our friends over at MobileGeek have sent us a tip, and what a tip it is - they're live at Touch Taiwan, checking out the upcoming display technology that we'll see baked into our mobile devices in the coming years.

 

 

There's a lot to cover in the video, above, 4.3-inch flexible AMOLED, 960x540 resolution and just 0.2mm thick. AUO is just teasing us here, though, as this is just a technology demo. AUO also showed off a 4.7-inch 720p HD display that is ultra-thin, with the one on the left a display that we would find in a tablet on the market today.

 

How thin are we talking though? The one on the left, which is a conventional display is just 1.19mm thick, but AUO's tease is a tiny 0.34mm thick - just a third of the thickness of a conventional panel. Then we have AUO pushing out a 512 PPI display running 4.3-inch ultra high-density LTPS display running 1920x1080 pixels. 0.6mm thick at the border, which is beautiful.

 

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What makes this interesting, is that AUO supply displays to Apple. This means we could be looking at the future of Apple displays, as well as a peak into what its competitors' devices should feature in the near future. There is some more display talk in the video, but those displays above, are just beautiful. Give me a 512 PPI Full HD display, now, AUO.

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