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The Display Industry News Source-06.10.2011

AU Optronics Corp. Reports May 2011 Consolidated Revenue (2011.06.08)

"AU Optronics Corp. ("AUO" or the "Company") (TAIEX: 2409; NYSE: AUO) today announced its preliminary consolidated May 2011 revenue of NT$33,603 million, up by 1.3% month-over-month and down by 23.3% year-over-year." via AUO

2560 × 1600: The Ultimate Tablet PC Screen Resolution

"Panel makers are planning 10.1” 2560 × 1600 as the next step for tablet PC panels." via DisplaySearch

Samsung S27A850 Monitor: Samsung Does IPS, Calls it Super PLS

"The new Super PLS displays as they're known--we're sticking with PLS to keep things simple--are said to be 10% to cheaper to produce than IPS displays and have even wider viewing angles.  And according to Samsung, they are just as responsive and have equally good contrast." via DigitalVersus

Opinion: Why the 3D revolution is a myth

"You only need to get out there and talk to the public to see that while 3D can wow as a novelty, it's simply not compelling enough on the small screen to send us all flooding onto the highstreets to panic buy 3D ready sets." via 3Dradar

SMD want to mass produce flexible bendable AMOLED Displays in 2012

"Samsung want to introduce smartphones, wrist watchs with these flexible displays in 2012. To reach that goal Samsung Mobile Display sets up a joint venture with Ube Kosan. Ube Kosan is a japanese company which can deliver the plastic substrate material to SMD." via OLED-DISPLAY

SMD want to mass produce flexible bendable AMOLED Displays in 2012

Procurement trends for 2011

"Collaboration with suppliers had also become more important, Rajagopalan said. In 2008, only 11 percent said such collaboration was important, while in 2010 35 percent thought it was important. Looking to the future, 95 percent said it would become very important." via MachineMarketPlace

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