NEC LCD Technologies To Launch New TFT LCD Module For Portable Information Devices
NEC LCD Technologies today announced that it will begin shipping samples of its new 3.5-inch (8.9-cm) amorphous silicon TFT LCD, part number NL2432HC22-40A, in the beginning of June. The new LCD is suitable for installation in various portable devices such as personal digital assistants (PDAs) and portable GPS terminals as it is claimed to be able to reproduce colors clearly and vividly even in indoor/outdoor environments with high ambient light.
By optimization of its optical design, the new LCD achieves the luminance of 220cd/m² and the reflective ratio of 15%.
For the first time, NEC LCD Technologies installed both a timing controller and a DC-DC converter in one of its LCD products. Consequently, this new LCD offers a range of benefits to manufacturers of portable devices in terms of development cost, lead time, as well as miniaturization of portable devices.
The optimization of the total module design achieved a reduction in weight by approximately 10% for conventional products, despite the installation of both a timing controller and a DC-DC converter.
NEC LCD Technologies' new model will be displayed at Display 2006, which is being held in Tokyo Big Sight, Japan, from April 19 - 21.
Source: NEC LCD Technologies
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