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 AUO Introduces 65-inch Full HD OLED Panel Technology At Display Week 2013
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Message Text: AU Optronics Corp. (AUO) is participating in Display Week 2013, held by SID (Society for Information Display) with the introduction of 65-inch Full HD OLED TV panel.

The 65" FHD AMOLED TV panel is adopted advanced metal oxide TFT backplane and the largest Generation 6 full-size Fine Metal Mask (FMM) OLED evaporation technology. AUO claims that it achieves an excellent uniformity of metal oxide TFT and panel without the color mixing by FMM technology. The panel is also embedded with the self-invention pixel compensation driving technology, which further improves the TFT and OLED performances. "The OLED panel not only features low power consumption and high picture quality, but is also equipped with high contrast, high brightness, fast response time, and free viewing angle, providing the best visual experiences to viewers," AUO said in a statement.

"The company is devoted to developing high value-added products with differentiation. With the endeavor of 3,200 RD engineers and the Company's patents resources accumulated over the years, AUO has been included in Ocean Tomo 300 Index three times, confirming AUO's leading position in technology innovation," said Mr. Paul Peng, President of AU Optronics. "There is no limit to technology innovation. Making technology transition to meet customer needs is the right thing to do. AUO will proactively invest in RD resources and hopefully serve a critical role in the display technologies development through SID's Display Week events."

AUO has been dedicated to display technology research and development for a long time. As of April 2013, AUO has obtained over 10,800 patents. This year, 13 technical papers will be published at SID Display Week, with special areas covered, such as OLED, 3D, Flexible, and Transparent LCD.
 
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