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 Japan Display Starts Mass Production Of Low- Power, Memory-In-Pixel Reflective-type LCD Module
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Message Text: Japan Display Inc. today announced the start of mass production of a Memory-In-Pixel (MIP) reflective-type LCD module which realizes ultra-low power consumption.

The display consumes very low power making it suitable for wearable devices. In addition, a newly-developed scattering layer contributes to bright reflective-type images.



The new reflective-type display does not require a backligh as it shows images by reflecting light instead. This contributes to a low power consumption, which is 80% of the typical consumption of an LCD module. Furthermore, the MIP structure can keep screen images in the static random access memory transistor fabricated in each sub-pixel. A new scattering layer also optimizes the panel's optical design, and enables the production of a paper-like display.


0.99" 1.39"
LTPS(MIP-Type) LTPS(MIP-Type)
LCD mode Reflective-type ECB Reflective-type ECB
Reflection ratio(typ.) 32% 32%
Contrast ratio(typ.) 20 : 1 20 : 1
Number of Pixeis 180 × 180 205 × 148
Resolution density 182 ppi 182 ppi
Number of colors 64 64
Power
consumption
Still image 0.13mW 0.13mW
1Hz moving 0.16mW 0.16mW


 
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