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  • Last update: Thursday 10 June 2010 [3 news items]

Display Taiwan 2010: 3M showcases multi-touch, 3D and USB-driven displays

Jun 10, 15:36

US-based 3M is showcasing a range of multi-touch, 3D and USB 3.0 display solutions, as well as its DBEF (dual brightness enhancement film) applications at Display Taiwan 2010.

3M USB-driven monitor

Display Taiwan 2010: Corning shows 10G glass

Jun 10, 12:27

Corning is showcasing its 10G glass at Display Taiwan 2010, as well as other products, such as the Gorilla and Eagle XG series.

Corning 10G glass

Display Taiwan 2010: AUO exhibits full lineup of display applications

Jun 9, 09:42

AU Optronics (AUO) is taking part in Display Taiwan 2010 at Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall 1 from June 9-11 to showcase its full lineup of display products.

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    Display Taiwan 2010: AUO 58-inch ultra-wide CSHD display

    AU Optronics (AUO) showed a 58-inch cinema scope HD (CSHD) ultra-wide LCD display at Display Taiwan 2010 from June 9-11. The device features a 2560x1080 resolution, color saturation...

    Photo: Rodney Chan, Jun 17.

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    Display Taiwan 2010: AUO 65-inch 3D naked-eye solution

    AU Optronics (AUO) showcased a 65-inch full HD 3D TV with lenticular lens at Display Taiwan 2010 from June 9-11. The AUO device offers eight points for naked-eye viewing, meaning...

    Photo: Rodney Chan, Jun 17.

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    Display Taiwan 2010: AUO 14-inch OLED

    AU Optronics (AUO) showcased its 14-inch AMOLED panel at Display Taiwan 2010 from June 9-11. The AUO OLED panel features full HD, brightness of 200 cd/m2, 72% NTSC, and 120Hz refresh...

    Photo: Rodney Chan, Jun 15.

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    Display Taiwan 2010: CPT wireless touch solution

    Chunghwa Picture Tubes (CPT) demonstrated a wireless projected capacitive touch panel solution at Display Taiwan 2010 from June 9-11. Users can wirelessly connect their non-touch-enabled...

    Photo: Rodney Chan, Jun 15.

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    Display Taiwan 2010: AUO 2.4-inch transparent multi-touch OLED panel

    AU Optronic (AUO) exhibited a 2.4-inch transparent multi-touch OLED panel at Display Taiwan 2010 from June 9-11. The projected capacitive touch panel has a 45% transparency, brightness...

    Photo: Rodney Chan, Jun 15.

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