LG.Philips show off world's largest 3D display

Posted on Wednesday, January 04 2006 @ 19:08 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
This week at CES 2006 in Las Vegas, LG.Philips LCD is showing off a bunch of their new displays, including world's largest 42-inch 3D display.

Additionally they also show off a 55" HDTV, which achieves a dynamic contrast ratio of 1200:1, and 47-, 42- and 37-inch wide full high definition TFT-LCDs for TVs that deliver dynamic contrast ratio of 1600:1. These panels all feature a wide viewing angle of 178°, maximum brightness of 600 cd/m2, a response time as fast as 8ms grey-to-grey (GtG) and a high color gamut.

At CES, LG.Philips LCD will show its 55-, 47- and 42-inch wide UXGA (1920 x 1080) portrait mode digital information displays—demonstrating how LCD’s high resolution, low reflectivity, long lifetime and ease of installation are revolutionizing digital signage.

LG.Philips LCD will also demo its fleet of TFT-LCD panels for premium desktop monitors and notebook PCs, including the world’s largest and highest resolution 30-inch wide QXGA+ (2560 x 1600) LCD monitor panel, a 26-inch wide UXGA (1920 x 1200) LCD monitor panel and the world’s largest 20.1-inch notebook PC panel.

Other new LCD prototypes:
  • 47-inch full HD LCD TV featuring a lower power LED backlight, delivering a higher color gamut
  • 42-inch low power external electrode fluorescent lamp (EEFL) (145W) LCD for HDTVs
  • 42-inch high color cold cathode fluorescent lamp (CCFL) LCD for HDTVs with a 90 percent color gamut
  • 10.1-inch flexible e-book display, the largest flexible active matrix display prototype shown.

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