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Mobile PC battery group says displays now consume less power


The EBL-WG has announced that shipments of XGA resolution panels consuming under 3 watts has reached 6 million units, about 12 per cent of total estimated notebook shipments for 2004 and meeting the organization's goal of driving down PC power usage.

According to EBL-WG, an industry-wide group of companies formed a year ago to drive longer battery life in mobile PCs, average display panel power has dropped from 4.3 to 4.5 watts to 3 watts or less over the past year. The power savings is equivalent to 60 minutes of extra battery life in notebooks. The EBL-WG is targeting an annual rate of 10 million units mobile PCs with displays consuming 3 watts or less by 2005, about 20 per cent of estimated total notebook shipments.


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