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Jun082011

The Display Industry News Source- 06.08.2011

Sony And Toshiba To Merge OLED And LCD Businesses

"The plan is to find synergies in the production for small LCD panels for smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices in order to catch up with Sharp, which currently holds the biggest share in the world market in this segment." via CrunchGear

CMI panel supply for iPad 2 to increase in 3Q11

"CMI stated its emphasis on developing in-plane switching (IPS) technology and has been expanding the technology in touchscreen applications." via Digitimes Display

RITDISPLAY 3.5-INCH 480×320 AMOLED WITH A-SI BACKPLANE

"Unlike LTPS, a-Si has lower elec­tron mobil­ity, or elec­trons can’t move as fast. You can’t con­trol elec­trons all that well either. OLED bright­ness and color is man­aged by con­trol­ling elec­tron cur­rent and LTPS lets you do that even though it is more dif­fi­cult and more costly to manufacture." via DisplayBlog

TDK Start the mass production of its 2.4” QVGA organic EL See-Through Display

"This See-through 2.4” organic EL display has been primarily designed for being used with mobile devices and comes with a 150cd/m2 brightness and a 40% transmittance perfect to to see most details hidden behind it." via AkihabaraNews

Are Tablets the Next Consumer Device to Land in Cars?

"Tablets offer similar levels of integration as smart phones, while sporting a larger screen size more suitable for content and information consumption. The makes tablets an optimal solution to rear seat entertainment." via iSuppli

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 releasing today in New York

"The Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi 16GB and 32GB are priced at $499 and $599 respectively. The tablet will be available nationwide from June 17." via Samsung Hub

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