high-information-content display

high-information-content display

[¦hī ‚in·fər′mā·shən ‚kän‚tent di‚splā]
(electronics)
An electronic display that has a sufficient number of pixels (75,000 to 2,000,000) to show standard or high-definition television images or comparable computer images.
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Designed for high-information-content display of images from static to full-motion video, Optrex TFT LCDs provide desirable front-of-screen performance for a variety of non-PC industrial applications including instrumentation, process control systems, medical diagnostics, office equipment, POS and ATM devices, and high-end appliances/white goods.
Color range for LEPs is already complete and will easily offer the millions of colors needed for high-information-content displays such as computer monitors.
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