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Hi-res flexible LCD to replace newspapers

January 4th, 2008 · No Comments

LG.Philips has developed a 14.3-inch flexible LCD display. The bendy colour panel (pictured) has an industry leading resolution of 1280×800 pixels, which says the company, makes it ideal for use in next generation electronic book products. Early flexible screens have been hampered by monochrome displays which limit their consumer appeal, but the new screen can reproduce upwards of 16 million colors. While the concept of electronic books as a replacement for paper novels, magazines and daily newspapers hasn’t really captured the public’s imagination, LG.Philips says it can put the screen into mass production by 2009.

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