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NEC LCD Technologies Develops New 10.4-Inch LCD Modules With Fastest Motion Picture Response Time

NEC LCD Technologies today announced the development of 10.4-inch (26cm diagonal), amorphous silicon TFT LCD modules claimed to offer the world's fastest Motion Picture Response Time (MPRT), a standard promoted by the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA).

The XGA TFT LCD has wide viewing angle for broadcasting and medical use. This new XGA TFT LCD with MPRT of 6.0msec features doubled response speed of conventional SFT LCDs achieved through optimization of the LCD design, comprising of a change in liquid crystal material and revision of the cell structure, based on NEC LCD Technologies' proprietary SA-SFT technology. It also is the result of the adoption of a blinking-backlight approach to improve motion picture blurring caused by hold-type displays, which are typical to LCDs.


10.4-Inch XGA TFT LCD

The second novelty is a standard VGA TFT LCD for industrial applications. This new VGA TFT LCD with the MPRT of 5.0msec offers accelerated response speed achieved through optimization of the LCD design, comprising of a change in liquid crystal material and revision of the cell structure, based on a twisted nematic (TN) mode (currently the most standard driving method, the source says). It also employs an over-drive circuit to improve the gray-to-gray response speed. In addition, it adopts a blinking-backlight approach to improve motion picture blurring caused by hold-type displays, and 120Hz driving, which is double the speed of the usual frame rate, simultaneously.


10.4-Inch VGA TFT LCD

Both new models 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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