LG.Philips LCD to show off 14.1-inch flexible display

Posted on Saturday, June 03 2006 @ 16:06 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
LG.Philips LCD will present a 14.1-inch flexible e-book display at SID 2006:
The display has a resolution of over one megapixel and can be viewed from any angle. It uses natural light rather than a backlight, making it thin and power efficient, according to the company.

Developed with LG.Philips LCD's proprietary technology, the flexible active-matrix (AM) display produces images on a bendable screen. TFT arranged on metal foil rather than glass gives the display its flexibility, noted the company.
More specifications and a photo over here.

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