NEC LCD Technologies Develops 4.1-Inch System-on-Glass LCD Module
NEC LCD Technologies today announced the development of a 4.1-inch (10.4cm diagonal), W-VGA SOG LCD module for mobile devices. Mass production of the newly developed SOG LCD module is targeted at the end of 2006 and will be carried out on the low temperature poly silicon (LTPS) LCD production lines of NEC Akita, Ltd.
According to the company, the new SOG module has been realized by the simultaneous pursuit of a wide color gamut and high luminance. A higher dimensional balance between an ultra-wide color gamut of 110% for NTSC and high luminance of 400cd/m2 has been achieved by optimizing the back-light system and the color filter based on the high transmissivity of LTPS TFT LCD technology. Also, the module was downsized through integration of peripheral circuitry (LTPS employment, which enables a narrower LCD frame than that of amorphous silicon; integration of semiconductor systems on the glass substrate of the TFT LCD enabling a reduction in the number of instrumentation parts built into the new SOG LCD.)
The new SOG LCD model will be displayed at FPD International 2005 being held in Pacifico Yokohama, Japan, from October 19 - 21.
Source: NEC LCD Technologies
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