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flat-panel display

[′flat ¦pan·əl di′splā]
(electronics)
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home to the AOC and Envision branded flat-panel displays, has unveiled the newest and largest addition to its Professional Series of high performance widescreen LCD desktop monitors.
Other companies - such as privately owned eMachines - are also selling inexpensive flat-panel displays.
The company specializes in collaborative relationships with customers, designing and producing flat-panel display solutions ranging from desktop monitors for the office to high-performance displays for challenging field applications in medical and industrial markets.
* Flat monitors: There are two different types of flat monitors: flat-panel displays, also called LCDs or liquid-crystal displays; and flat-screen monitors, also called flat-screen CRTs, or cathode-ray tubes.
The flat-panel display initiative is a continuation of a long DOD tradition of investing in information technology, which has become ever more important in military thinking.
To contain the influence of Chinese investors in the semiconductor and flat-panel display sector, regarded as critical to the island's economy, Chinese stakes will be capped at 10% for such leading firms as AU Optronics, Chimei Innolux, TSMC, and ASE, although they will be able to own up to 50% stake in new joint ventures.
Designed for medical applications requiring diagnostic image quality, the SMD 21500 D is a 21.3-inch, grayscale flat-panel display with a resolution of 2,048 by 2,560.
DuPont Displays is focused on the global flat-panel display market.
The new iMac's infinitely adjustable 15-inch LCD flat-panel display, powerful G4 processor, optional SuperDrive and stunning design have made it the most popular new Apple product since the original iMac was launched in 1998.
The design is unlike anything you've seen on a desktop--a slim, 15-inch, flat-panel display that swivels from a 10.6-inch base.
IBM is considering licensing the patented process to other manufacturers in the $20 billion per year flat-panel display industry and expects to have converted the pilot-line it used to develop this new technique into a full-blown production line by the end of the year.
The former Texas Instruments 545 PLC with flat-panel display is now called the Siemens Simatic TI 545 PLC.