Kyocera have introduced a new Universal Demo Kit (VIP Kit) which enables all current Kyocera TFT display modules to be operated quickly and easily. The VIP Kit includes a converter which adapts HDMI graphics data from a Raspberry Pi so that they can be viewed on a Kyocera display panel. There is no need to worry about resolution or format - everything can be displayed in real time and at a high resolution.
Kyocera Display America has announced four new TFT-LCDs that are being added to its extensive product line. The new 10.4” SVGA and 12.1” SVGA TFT-LCD displays feature Kyocera’s Advanced Wide Viewing (AWV) technology. Advanced Wide Viewing technology delivers true color and the best optical performance and enables people to view images with vivid color (no grey inversion) from any angle. And, one version of each size also features super high brightness for readability in sunlit or high-glare environments.
Kyocera Display America has announced three new TFT-LCDs that will be added to its extensive TFT-LCD product line. The three new products are a 7.0” WVGA and two 8.4” SVGA TFT-LCD displays. All displays feature Super Wide Viewing (SWV) technology and two of them are super high brightness for sunlight readable outdoor applications.
The Japanese technology corporation Kyocera, a leading producer in the field of electronic devices, is extending their product range by adding a new 7 inch high brightness WVGA LCD module with the in-house manufactured inner touch technology.