NEC LCD Technologies, Ltd. today announced that at SID 2006 in San Francisco it will give a presentation and demonstrate a sample of its new 3.5-inch color quarter video graphics array amorphous-silicon TFT liquid crystal display module boasting a viewing angle and contrast ratio of the industry’s highest class for small liquid crystal display modules. This new LCD module was realized by a combination of super-reflective natural light technology, NEC’s proprietary transflective technology for adapting objects to outdoor light.
In recent years, the need for multi-functional portable information terminals has grown along with the advancement of a networked information society, and information terminals possessing two or more GPS functions, portable multimedia player functions, digital TV functions etc. are being especially sought after. As portable information terminals with GPS functions are used outdoors, securing high visibility in high ambient light environments is essential. On the other hand, high luminance, high contrast and a wide viewing angle are necessary features of portable multimedia players and digital TVs.
The new TFT-LCD will be displayed at SID 2006 at the Moscone Convention Center, San Francisco, USA, from 6 to 8 of June and will be discussed during the Late News Session on Thursday June 8, from 14:00 to 15:30, in room 135. Continue>>