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LCD panel

(1) The primary component (the screen) in an LCD monitor or TV. The term panel is widely used in the LCD manufacturing industry. See LCD.

(2) An LCD monitor or TV. See LCD monitor and LCD TV.

(3) An earlier type of data projection system that required an overhead projector. Also called a "projection panel," it accepted output from the computer and displayed it on a transparent LCD screen placed on top of the projector. See data projector.


LCD Panel
LCD panels were an interim technology between the big and bulky tube projectors and today's compact LCD and DLP units. See data projector.
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