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Display Industry News Source 6.14.2012

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IAdea Debuts Signboard Kits For Digital Signage "The XDK-081 Signboard Kit is a versatile digital signage kit that includes a 8″ LCD panel and an IAdea SD media appliance board. By creatively combining the technology with application-specific enclosure, IAdea customers have developed unique and effective digital signage solutions." via Sixteen:Nine

iFixit Teardown: Retina MacBook Pro Will be Hard to Repair "There’s also the 220ppi Retina display itself, which is fused with the bezel, meaning that it would need to be replaced in its entirety if anything goes wrong. Add to that the fact that proprietary Flash memory is used in the Retina MacBook Pro, and you’ve got yourself a virtually irreparable $2,200 laptop that should only be fixed by Apple’s Genius Bar." via PCWorld

A New Record For LCD Resolution: 651 dpi "Japan Display, a consortium of Japanese TV giants, has developed a 2.3-diagonal-inch LCD panel (5.8 cm—a format usually found on cameras) with 1280 x 800 pixel resolution. That's a record 651 dpi (dots per inch, or pixels per inch). The screens available in phones today pale in comparison." via DigitalVersus

Samsung at SID 2012 "During a keynote presentation, it was clear that Samsung sees OLEDs as enabling a revolution in displays, which they call the "Display Transformer" - with thin, light, bright, efficient, flexible and transparent panels. They see the new "creative" displays increasing the total display market by 30% (from $160 billion to $210 billion). Samsung sees OLED TVs taking up 24% of the LCD TV market by 2018, this is an actually DispalySearch's forecast." via OLED-Info

Acer Debuts Iconia Tab A700 Tablet with Full HD 1080p Display "The Acer Iconia Tab A700’s full HD 1080p LED backlit display allows customers to enjoy a visually rich experience: 1080p videos and photos look more vibrant and realistic, and social media networks and online shopping will be enjoyed with more clarity and precision. Many of the most popular Android apps – such as 3D games, reading and digital media – already support 1080p, so they can be enjoyed in greater detail on the new Acer A700 tablet.

Ensuring an optimal viewing experience, the Acer A700’s display has a 16:10 aspect ratio, 800:1 contrast ratio and a wide 178 degree viewing angle. Plus, the display is a 10-point touch capacitive screen, so it delivers a remarkable degree of accuracy and responsiveness.

In addition, customers can share video stored on the Acer Iconia Tab A700 with other devices via the tablet’s built-in micro HDMI port. The new tablet also supports dual-displays, so customers can share videos and photos on an external display. Plus, the tablet can be used as a console to play the latest games on a TV." via AkihabaraNews

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