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 LG Display Showcases Ultra HD Advances at CES 2014
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Message Text: LG Display showcases the latest advancements in display technology resolution and design during CES 2014.

The company unveiled an expanded lineup of Ultra High-Definition TV displays, which includes seven new models with 3240?2160 resolution.

A key highlight will be a 105-inch curved Ultra HD LCD TV panel with a 5120x2160 resolution - five times that of a Full HD panel. It has a 11 million-pixel resolution and a 21:9 widescreen viewing with a 6,000R curvature.

LG Display has successfully developed such a large size curved LCD TV panel with Ultra HD feature without affecting the viewing angle and by improving the TFT circuit and optical instrument design. The company says that it is much more difficult to apply curves to LCDs than OLEDs, as LCDs need a backlight unit, which complicates curvatures. Also, an LCD display over 100 inches and capable of providing Ultra HD picture resolution or better requires the light generated by LEDs to be spread evenly over all parts of the display without any illumination leakage.

Until now, the largest curved display panels have been 65-inch LCD and 77-inch OLED panels.



Expanding its Ultra HD lineup, LG Display has added 79-inch and 98-inch models to its segment and more affordable 42-inch and 49-inch panels.



With 55-inch and 77-inch curved OLED TV panels on exhibit, LG Display showcased its OLED and Ultra HD technologies. This included an range of Ultra HD screens offering 8 million pixel resolution. In addition, FPR 3D technology is embedded in all Ultra HD products.

LG Display also showed its advancements in IT and mobile display technology with diverse offerings based on its Advanced High Performance-IPS (AH-IPS) technology. In addition to the introduction of a 23.8-inch 185 pixels per inch (ppi) Ultra HD and 13.3-inch 220 ppi Quad High-Definition monitor panels, the company unveiled a 31-inch professional monitor panel for graphic design and CT imaging use, featuring a 4096x2160 resolution.

On the mobile front, LG Display presented a 6-inch 491 ppi Quad HD smartphone display panel that offers four times the resolution of HD. The company intends to further promote its touch-panel solutions offered in its smartphone displays with in-cell technology as well as in GFF, OGS, GF2-type touch panels for IT applications.

The company will also showcased a 47-inch transparent display with 15 percent enhanced transparency; a glasses-free 55-inch 3D display offering more natural 3D viewing; and a video wall composed of nine 55-inch panels with a 3.6mm bezel-to-bezel width.


 
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