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Sharp has a vast array of LCDs for many different uses. The LCDs the company makes run from HDTVs to displays for computers and different products. Sharp has unveiled a new LCD aimed at multi-screen systems.
The new screen is called the PN-V601 and is a 60-inch LCD with a bezel only 6.5mm thick. The screen has a resolution of 1366 x 768 and a brightness of 700 cd/m2. The screen can display 16.77 million colors.
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SID 2010 - With lesser power consumption being a strong point of focus in the computing industry Samsung has reached a very impressive milestone in developing an 18.5-inch sized display that uses just 6.3w of measily power to operate properly.
Given such low power requirements, Samsung has designed it so it can be powered entirely from USB ports. That's right; this 18.5-inch TN-film panel display can draw all the power it needs from just a couple USB 2.0 ports, with one of those USB 2.0 connections also acting as the display connection.
Displays today on our phones and computers are ridged devices that would break readily before they would bend. The ridged display has a lot to do with how small a particular device can be made.
Sony has unveiled its latest creation today that is a flexible OLED display that can be rolled to a diameter of only 4mm while showing moving pictures. The breakthrough was made possible by using a new organic semiconductor called PXX that is easier to build with.
Canon has been developing SED or surface-conduction electron-emitter displays for years with the goal of bringing the screens to the home theater market on TVs. The company has had a hard time with the project facing numerous delays and cost overruns.
The prices on LCD and plasma screens also dropped significantly leaving SED tech at a much higher price point. Canon has officially folded when it comes to bringing SEDs to the home market. The company will continue to develop SED screens for some markets though.
Samsung has been working on all manner of screens and LCD tech for a long time. The company is one of the world's largest producers or LCD panels and those panels make their way into many other brands of TVs and computers.
Samsung has unveiled the world's largest transparen't AMOLED screen. The screen is 19-inches and you can see through the image and the screen to what is behind it.
ASUS held a smaller press conference than usual earlier today in Taipei that it used to launch a whole range of different monitors. Two that particularly interested us were the VG236H and PG276.
Both are 120Hz monitors and that means 3D support.
When it comes to showing off all those digital photos you take you can put them into a digital photo frame at home for viewing or you can send them to your small smartphone for mobile viewing. Digital Foci has an alternative to showing photos on the go called the Photo Book.
The device is now available in white color and has an 8-inch TFT LCD screen with a resolution of 800 x 600. The device has 4GB of internal storage and has a memory card reader covering major formats like CF, SD, SDHC, MS Pro, and more.
The device supports JPEG, RAW, BMP, TIFF, and GIF image formats and MP3, AAC, and WMA audio formats. Video in MJPEG, MPEG-1, and MPEG-4 SP is supported. The device is shipping this month for right under $190.
Mitsubishi has recently added a new 23-inch LCD under its Diamondcrysta WIDE series which is available in two versions; one which is all-glossy and the other non-glare.
The Diamondcrysta WIDE RDT232WX runs a native resolution of 1920x1080 with a response time of 3.8ms. It has a 1000:1 contract ratio (or 5000:1 dynamic), 300cd/m2 brightness rating, a couple 3W built-in speakers and connectivity for D-Sub, DVI and HDMI.
Both versions of the RDT232WX 23-inch monitors are first rolling out in Japan at the end of this month, with the shiny variant costing around $465 and the non-glossy $485.