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Display Taiwan 2009: AUO to showcase latest technologies and products
Press release; Yvonne Yu, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 9 June 2009]

AU Optronics (AUO) will introduce its latest technologies and products at the upcoming Display Taiwan 2009 on June 10-12. The exhibition is divided into nine sections: public information display (PID) applications, green panels, advanced technology for large-size LCD, LCD TV applications, monitor applications, notebook PC applications, 3D displays, leading mobile technologies and in-cell multi-touch panels.

The theme of AUO's exhibition this year is "Connected to Digital Evolution," and AUO's goal is to bring more interactive experiences and delightful digital lifestyles to consumers by leveraging its innovative technologies, according to the company.

AUO technology and product highlights in Display Taiwan 2009

Technology

Size/model

Features

PID

PID

65" 3D

Fix barrier glasses-free 3D with 12 views

65" high brightness

4000:1 high contrast ratio / high brightness 1500 nits

52" touch-function

On-cell touch

Advanced technology

AMVA3

46" full HD

8000:1 contrast ratio

3D display

17"

Glasses-free/high brightness/ brightness increased by 60%

Eco Plus TV panel

52"full HD

Reduced by more than 30% in weight, thickness, and power-consumption

Product applications

Full HD LCD TV

65" full HD

Glare/ 120Hz/ MEMC/High contrast ratio

55" full HD

52" full HD

46" full HD

16:9 wide-screen monitor (MoniTV)

24" W full HD

16:9 wide-screen/ LED backlight/ less than1cm in thickness

21.5" W full HD

18.5" W HD

LED backlight notebook panels

15.6" HD

16:9/WLED/ultra-slim

14" HD

13.3" HD

Mobile technologies

Curved display

8.9"

curved radius: R120mm

eBook

6"

Touch-function/ 800x600 HD/16 grey levels

QVGA

2.8"

image/fingerprint scanner

Borderless

2.2"

Slim border + Fresnel lens

Ultra thin

1.9"

Only 0.56mm

In-cell multi-touch

In-cell multi-touch

3"~12.1"

For mobile and IT applications. Better transmittance, anti-glare performance, and optical features

Source: AUO, compiled by Digitimes, June 2009

AUO 52-inch touch function PID

AUO 52-inch touch function PID
Photo: Company

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