The company has developed all-in-one LCDs in which the LCD panel, cover, and touch panel are combined without an air gap, thus preventing the loss of brightness and contrast that occurs when covers and touch panels are attached to LCDs with air in between. Thanks to their composite structure, the newly developed displays enable improved visibility and greater strength in a slimmer, more compact design, said Epson.
To meet the widescreen-ranging needs of its customers, Epson Imaging Devices intends to combine these all-in-one touch-panel LCDs with the company's proprietary Photo Fine Vistarich widescreen viewing angle technology to produce high-resolution displays for use in in-car systems, such as satellite navigation, and in digital cameras and advanced mobile phones with built-in digital TV receivers.
Epson presents all-in-one LCD touch panel
Posted on Monday, Oct 29 2007 @ 05:35 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck