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The Display Industry News Source 6.20.2011

Eizo To Sell 36-Inch Display With 4K×2K Resolution For $36,000

"Japanese computer display maker Eizo Nanao announced [JP] the DuraVision FDH3601 today, a 36.4-inch display whose main selling point is the resolution: 4K×2K (4,096×2,160) isn’t really that easy to beat." via CrunchGear

Capacitive touch technology works with gloved hands

"Zytronic has announced a range of sensors for capacitive touch displays which employs deposited tracks of transparent Indium tin oxide (ITO) as the sensing medium." via ElectronicsWeekly

InfoComm 2011: Is Brightness the New Differentiator for Commercial Displays?

"One question that always arises is: how are commercial-grade TFT LCDs different than those used in TVs? To address this, brands and panel makers with a B2B focus have tried to specify how the panels and the finished sets are different from TV displays. A key aspect is reliability: the installer community needs to be convinced that TFT LCD technology can operate 24/7 in commercial settings." via DisplaySearchBlog

Sony Tablet PCs- New and Fresh Designs

"The Sony S1 is a flat screen 9.4 inch format, but the back is not flat. The back of the S1 has a curved design resembling a folded portfolio. The curved back allows the tablet to sit naturally at an angle giving it a more ergonomic feel." via Tablet PC Devices

Motorola Droid 3, Milestone 3: 4-inch 960×540 qHD LCD

"The Motorola Droid 3, or Milestone 3 as it is called in Asia, sports a 4-inch 960×540 LCD. The added pix­els should make for watch­ing videos, pho­tos, and play­ing games a treat. Reading text though could be less-than-ideal on these qHD dis­plays if you have sen­si­tive eyes." via DisplayBlog

Tablet PC panel shipments up 28% on month in May, says Displaybank

"LG Display continued to serve as the top vendor for tablet-use touch panels with its shipments of 9.7-inch models reaching three million units in May. Samsung Electronics also shipped 1.5 million 9.7-inch touch panels during the month, Displaybank noted." via Digitimes Displays

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