LG.Philips takes the art of multiple-touch technology into commercial size big screens

Daniel Lim - Dec 31, 2007

Coming next week at CES 2008, LG Phillips will be presenting world’s largest displays with multi-touch capability. The 52-inch multi-touch LCD is 5 inches largest than last model shown in IMID 2007. It has a full scale HD resolution of 1980×1080 and uses an infrared image sensor to register and recognize inputs from fingers or pointers. It also features industry’s highest specification of 90 Hz touch response time and a light transmission rate of 95 to 100 percent. Furthermore, LG.Philips LCD will be showing similar technology in an 84 inches LCD developed by joining four 42-inch panels in a two-by-two array.

In additional to the multi-touch displays, three more models will also be introduced in the same event. They are 47 inch triple view LCD, 47-inch double-sided LCD and 42-inch transflective display . Each has its unique feature designed for commercial uses such as store directories and advertising at shopping malls like the triple and double-sided display or outdoor usage that requires highest brightness output display with can be found in their transflective line of display with output luminance rate at 1,500 cd/m2 .

LG.Philips LCD Unveils its Newest LCDs for Public Displays at CES 2008 [via LG Philips ]

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