Today Toshiba has announced its latest high resolution screen in the form of a 6.1 inch retina display that is equipped with an astonishing 2560 x 1600 resolution. As a direct-view-type display, it currently has the world’s highest level of resolution, and is capable of displaying images that are equivalent to that of photographic images, say Toshiba.
Toshiba has designed the new LCD panel for tablet computers and other mobile devices and it is constructed using low-temperature polycrystalline silicon TFTs as driver elements. Enabling it to have a 61% colour gamut on NTSC standards and display 16,777,216 colours.
“This newly-developed world-class, high-definition LCD panel is based on our processing techniques for forming fine-pitch and high-performance, low-temperature poly-silicon (LTPS) thin-film transistors (TFT) on glass substrates, and other precise fabrication techniques which have been cultivated over the years. This direct-view LCD panel achieves high-definition images with photographic quality, and although the images are displayed in 2D format, they impart a sense of depth and realism.”
Toshiba will be showcasing their new LCD panel at the FPD International exhibition which takes place on October 26-28 in Yokohama Japan.
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