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LG IPS206T, IPS226V, IPS236V & IPS2321P Desktop Monitors Unveiled

LG IPS206T, IPS226V, IPS236V & IPS2321P Desktop Monitors Unveiled

IPS-based displays were made famous by Apple. The viewing angle, as well as the production of crisp colors was one of the reasons the iPad was such a big success. And now LG wants to get in on the IPS goodness. The company has just announced four brand new desktop monitors, all of which are equipped with the display technology. Three of them are designed for the house, while one is meant for the "pro" market.

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Samsung clinch $240m iPad display contract; 4th-gen iPhone using Samsung LCDs?

Samsung clinch $240m iPad display contract; 4th-gen iPhone using Samsung LCDs?

You know when might have been a good time to have bought Samsung stock?  Oh, a few hours ago; that way you could've reaped the rewards of what will probably be a healthy uptick as the market reacts to news that Apple have ordered a further 3m iPad displays from the company.  According to an unnamed industry executive speaking to The Korea Times, Samsung is now Apple's second supplier for 9.7-inch LCD panels - after LG Display Co. in a deal inked last year - with the agreement worth $240m.

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LG Display and Samsung Mobile show transparent OLEDs

LG Display and Samsung Mobile show transparent OLEDs

The actual benefits of transparent displays are yet to be explained - beyond the sheer cool factor, of course - but that isn't stopping manufacturers from announcing them.  Both LG Display and Samsung Mobile Display have been flaunting their respective transparent OLEDs, the former having a full 15-inch OLED panel ideal for notebooks, while the latter has a 2-inch OLED panel intended for cellphones.

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LG 32-inch OLED TV to hit market in 2012

LG 32-inch OLED TV to hit market in 2012

After already committing to releasing a 15-inch OLED TV potentially as early as December 2009 in Korea, LG have now revealed their plans to have a 32-inch OLED display on the market in 2012.  Suggesting that OLED would provide a new source of revenue, LG Display CEO Kwon Young-soo told press that the company's focus is on larger panels rather than cellphone-sized versions.

This, the executive claimed, is because "the larger the display, the more efficient the OLED technology."  It's certainly given the company's HR department a boost: LG Display have apparently taken on 1,700 new staff in research and development this year.

LG ultra-slim “Full LED” 55-inch LCD HDTVs

LG ultra-slim “Full LED” 55-inch LCD HDTVs

LG have unveiled two new "full LED" HDTVs, each with 55-inch LCD panels and 240Hz refresh rates.  The LG 55LH95 and LG 55LH93 both use 3,360 individual LEDs and boast a contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1; the company's backlighting technology can individually control 240 sections of the display, dimming or brightening as suits the image on-screen.

 

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