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Thursday, December 30, 2004
LG.Philips LCD Highlights Full Line-up of TFT-LCDs for LCD TVs at CES 2005


LG.Philips LCD will demonstrate its full line-up of TFT-LCDs for LCD TVs, desktop monitors, notebook PCs, mobile and other applications during CES 2005 in Las Vegas.

As the leader in large and wide TFT-LCDs, with the world's first wide format 22-inch, 23-inch, and 30-inch high-resolution monitor panels, the world's first 17.1-inch wide notebook panel, as well as the first 42-inch wide TV panel, among others, LG.Philips LCD is proud to present their vision of "the wide generation" of flat displays.

Specifically, the company will highlight its portfolio of TFT-LCDs for the rapidly growing high definition (HD) LCD TV market, including:

-- 55-inch Wide Full HD LCD for HDTVs and Multimedia Information Displays
-- 42-inch Wide XGA LCDs for HDTVs, Portrait and Multimedia Information Displays
-- 37-inch Wide XGA LCD for HDTVs and Multimedia Information Displays
-- 32-inch Wide XGA LCD for HDTVs and Multimedia Information Displays
-- 26-inch Wide XGA LCD for HDTVs
-- 23-inch Wide XGA LCD for HDTVs

"LCD TV product prices have continued to decline in 2004, as their availability increases and OEMs offer price breaks and discounts to attract consumers. Based on the increased demand for LCD TVs, iSuppli predicts a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 44 percent from 2004 to 2008 for the LCD TV market," noted Paul Semenza, vice president of iSuppli Corporation. "LG.Philips LCD is the leader in LCD TV panel shipments, with 30 percent of the market in the first half of 2004," Semenza added.

"It is expected that LCD TV market growth from 2004 to 2008 will reach a CAGR of 54 percent. LG.Philips LCD has consistently been a leading supplier in the fast growing LCD TV field, and we expect them to remain so for many years to come," noted Ross Young, president of DisplaySearch.

LG.Philips LCD will also demonstrate the following TFT-LCDs at CES 2005:

-- 30-inch Wide QXGA+ LCD for High Resolution Desktop Workstations
-- 23-inch Wide UXGA LCD for Premium Desktop Monitors
-- 20.1-inch Wide SXGA+ LCDs for Notebook PCs, Desktop Monitors and Multi-functional Monitors
-- 17.1-inch Wide XGA+ LCD for Desktop Monitors and Multi-functional Monitors
-- 17.1-inch Wide UXGA LCD for Notebook PCs
-- 15.4-inch Wide SXGA+ LCD for Notebook PCs
-- 14-inch Wide XGA LCD for Notebook PCs
-- 8-inch Wide VGA LCD for Rear-seat Automotive Entertainment
-- 7-inch Wide VGA LCD for Automotive Entertainment and Car Navigation
-- 6.5-inch Wide QVGA LCD for Automotive Entertainment and Car Navigation

Also making its U.S. debut at CES 2005 will be the company's AMOLED display prototype, the world's largest single plate low temperature polysilicon (LTPS) technology-based active matrix organic light emitting diode example. This 20.1-inch prototype for future-generation TVs significantly improves the display's response time and provides superior color saturation, along with reduced power consumption--all within a slim form factor, and no backlight.

The company will also feature some of its line-up of TFT-LCDs for smaller mobile applications, featuring both LTPS and field sequential color (FSC) technology prototypes, such as 2.0-inch and 2.4-inch LTPS VGA screens utilizing LG.Philips LCD's innovative S-IPS (Super In-Plane Switching) technology.

CES 2005 will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center from January 6-9. Trade media interested in seeing LG.Philips LCD's TFT-LCD portfolio first hand at CES should contact Yuri van der Leest of LG.Philips LCD, at yuri@lgphilips-lcd.com, or via telephone at +82 2 3777 0947, or visit meeting room N245, located upstairs within the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.


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