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The era of quantum dot monitors

MMD and QD Vision have joined forces to bring the world’s first quantum dot desktop monitor to Europe. The Philips 27” Full HD monitor (276E6ADS) delivers 99% Adobe RGB colour thanks to Color IQ technology from QD Vision. Philips monitors will showcase the quantum dot monitor at IFA, Hall 22 Booth 101. 
4th September 2015

Color IQ-based curved TVs available in South America & South Africa

Building from early sales success in China, Hisense executives announced the company is expanding distribution of its 55” ULED K7100 TV, the first curved TV to feature QD Vision's Color IQ quantum dot technology, to consumers in South America and South Africa. The television offers a truly cinematic visual experience thanks to the advanced quantum dot solution from QD Vision and Hisense’s unique Ultra LED technology. For those attending IFA, the K7100 TV is on display in the Hisense booth located in Hall 6.2 Booth 202. 
4th September 2015

'World’s first' fully-flat bezel-less monitor

'World’s first' fully-flat bezel-less monitor
EIZO has announced the release of the FlexScan EV2750, a 27" IPS monitor with an LCD screen that is flush with the minimalist frame that surrounds it for a fully flat surface. The FlexScan EV2750 features picture-by-picture capability and numerous ergonomic and energy-saving features that make it suitable for business environments such as trading rooms, control rooms and back offices.
2nd September 2015


The future of wide colour gamut television at IFA

TCL, its subsidiary CSOT, and QD Vision have collaborated to develop a television that produces over 90% of the Rec. 2020 colour gamut standard for UHD displays. This advancement is made possible by the unique design of QD Vision's Colour IQ quantum dot technology, the leading wide colour gamut technology in the market today. The demonstration television will be on display in the TCL booth at IFA, booth 102, 21 hall.
2nd September 2015

10.1" panel comes in high-resolution colour

10.1" panel comes in high-resolution colour
Varitronix has announced a recent addition to their range of high-resolution colour TFT panels. The recent panel is a 10.1” HD720  layout in 16:9 format with overall dimensions of 224x126mm (250mm approximate diagonal) and a pixel resolution of 1280x720 RGB pixels.
1st September 2015

Touch feel technology for real button feeling

A technology for real touch feeling and force feedback in display screens has been developed by Kyocera. The development of a real button sensation is expected to create a new type of user interface. It can be used in touch panel or touch pad products for a broad range of applications such as automotive and industrial equipment or in the field of information and communications.
27th August 2015

Eye protection is introduced to gaming monitors

Eye protection is introduced to gaming monitors
AOC has announced two AMD FreeSync enabled gaming monitors with one millisecond response time and introducing the Anti-Blue Light Technology to gamers. This technology reduces harmful short-wavelength light, which is one part of the blue part of the light spectrum. While cutting out these eye-damaging light waves by more than 90%, the colour fidelity and visual depth are not reduced in any way.
27th August 2015

MMD to exhibit IFA 2015

MMD to exhibit IFA 2015
MMD is raising the stakes in display performance and clarity at IFA 2015. Visitors who want a one-stop encounter with display innovations for professional and leisure applications should make the Philips stand in Hall 22 a highlight on their tour of the event. IFA 2015 takes place from 4th to 9th September in Berlin.
27th August 2015

UV LEDs enable wider viewing angles

UV LEDs enable wider viewing angles
The LUXEON FlipChip UV LEDs range developed by Lumileds is in stock at distributor Mouser Electronics. The small ultraviolet (UV) LEDs built on FlipChip technology in a chip-scale package. These clear, 1.0mm2 LED packages feature a 5-sided emitter for wide viewing angles and high power density (W/cm2).
26th August 2015

Silicon Works adopts Hardent’s VESA DSC decoder IP

Hardent and Silicon Works have announced that Silicon Works has adopted the Hardent VESA DSC (Display Stream Compression) decoder IP. The VESA DSC IP enables the company to deliver compelling Ultra-High-Definition (UHD) displays while meeting critical time-to-market constraints.
25th August 2015


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