Global Sources
EE Times-India
Stay in touch with EE Times India
 
EE Times-India > Optoelectronics/Displays
 
 
Optoelectronics/Displays  

2.6-Inch LTPS LCD features 500ppi definition

Posted: 25 Oct 2006     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Sanyo Epson  LTPS  LCD  2.6 inches 

Sanyo Epson Imaging Devices Corp. has announced the development of a high definition, low-temperature polysilicon (LTPS) LCD. Measuring just 2.6 inches, this display offers XGA resolution and approximately 500 pixels per inch (ppi) definition to the market for small and medium-sized LCDs.

With the mobile devices market set for further expansion, Sanyo Epson has developed the 2.6-inch high definition LCD as part of its High quality, Compact design, Low power consumption, System solutions (HCL-S). The LCD, which is the perfect size for use in mobile phones, portable media players, and other mobile devices, offers XGA resolution and approximately 500 ppi definition.

This LTPS LCD is in the smallest class of displays with XGA resolution. In addition to ultra high definition of approximately 500 ppi, the LCD attains high surface brightness1, which was hitherto difficult in LTPS LCDs. This was achieved using Photo Fine Vistarich wide viewing angle technology, which enables an almost 180o viewing angle in any direction, and Sanyo Epson's proprietary design technology for enhanced transmission. Mobile phones and other portable devices equipped with this LCD will be capable of producing similar levels of image quality and information contents as regular computer screens.

In addition, the LCD is fully compliant with the European Union's RoHS Directive2. Sanyo Epson intends to commercialize the LCD both in Japan and overseas for use in mobile phones, portable media players, and other mobile devices, as well as in portable TVs for personal use and other new applications.




Comment on "2.6-Inch LTPS LCD features 500ppi de..."
Comments:  
*  You can enter [0] more charecters.
*Verify code:
 
 
Webinars

Seminars

Visit Asia Webinars to learn about the latest in technology and get practical design tips.

 

Go to top             Connect on Facebook      Follow us on Twitter      Follow us on Orkut

 
Back to Top