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LG uses Advanced In-Cell Touch technology for next-gen laptop screens

LG's next-gen laptop panels will make portable PCs thinner and lighter than ever
By: Anthony Garreffa | Displays & Projectors News | Posted: Jul 7, 2015 4:24 am

It's not just storage technology and Intel processors making laptops thinner and thinner, but display technology. LG has just announced that its Advanced In-Cell Touch (AIT) screen technology will be getting an increase in size over its mobile counterparts, shifting over to laptops.

 

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LG's AIT technology is already found in smartphones like the LG G4, which substitutes a touch panel layer for a touch sensor, built into the LCD itself. This makes the display up to 25% thinner, and up to 35% lighter than a traditional laptop touchscreen. Not only that, but it will see less light reflection, which LG Display says that it'll make next-gen screens brighter, and clearer.

 

The South Korean giant plans to usher in multiple sizes, including stylus-compatible models, all in the near future.

NEWS SOURCES:Engadget.com

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