Okay, try to follow me as I bust out a whole series of acronyms. NEC LCD Technologies has developed four new SOG (system-on-glass) TFT LCDs, each of which feature VGA (640 x 480) resolution. The display modules are touted as LTPS (low temperature poly-silicon), and are designed for use with portable devices like PDAs and handheld GPS units. They boast things like high contrast ratios, high luminance, wide color gamuts, and super-high densities. NEC will be manufacturing transmissive and transflective types, both of which will be available in 3.5-inch and 2.7-inch sizes. The plan calls for production to start in February.
Corning is already the world’s largest maker of glass for large liquid crystal displays, or LCDs, but they have yet to establish a presence in China. That’s about to change. The Chinese market is growing quickly, so Corning will be establishing an LCD glass plant in Beijing. There is, as of yet, no specific information […]