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The Display Industry News Source 9.6.2011

The Advantages of ‘Off the Shelf’ Touchscreen Kiosks "‘Off the Shelf’ Touchscreen Kiosks are more cost effective. ‘Off the Shelf’ Touchscreen Kiosks are usually held in stock and so the manufacturer has a batch of these touchscreen kiosks made, which reduces his costs and he passes some of these savings onto the customer, making an ‘Off the Shelf’ Touchscreen Kiosk a cheaper option." via touchscreenkiosks4business

Sharp demos the first 8K4K display "The new mega resolution of 7680 x 4320 is still not in use obviously (not even in theaters!), but test broadcasting is scheduled to the begin in early of 2020. This “little” friend is made with around 33 million pixels and from what we can see, it packs a huge quality!" via akihabaranews

Acer Aspire S3 Ultrabook "Now the bad part: the 13.3-inch LCD on the S3 sports a 1366×768 pixel format. Right here, the S3 fails to meet the standard set by the 13.3-inch MacBook Air, which packs 1440×900 pixels." via DisplayBlog

CPT, HannStar post losses in 1H11 "CPT's shipments to the notebook, e-paper backplane, and smartphone segments are expected to grow with the coming of the peak season in second-half 2011." via DigiTimesDisplays

Sony, Toshiba and Hitachi want to produce small-medium sized OLED Displays "Sony, Toshiba and Hitachi plans to ramp up a new company which has to develop and produce small to medium sized OLED Displays for the smartphone and tablet-pc market. Sony set their focus to larger OLED Displays. Sony sell at the moment a 17 and 24 inch monitor for the broadcast market.Sony actively provide technical support for the OLED display business of the new company. via OLED-Display

Hot, Flat, And Widescreen: The Rise Of The Minitabs "Consumers, too, are looking for something new. The 10-inch tablet is boring and, more important (at least according to Apple) a patent violation. What better way to keep tab-like gadgets in the pipeline than to smoosh them down?" via TechCrunch

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