liquid-crystal display


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liquid-crystal display

a flat-screen display in which an array of liquid-crystal elements can be selectively activated to generate an image, an electric field applied to each element altering its optical properties; it is used, for example, in portable computers, digital watches, and calculators
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Taiwan's Investment Commission Friday approved flat-screen maker AU Optronics Corp's 3-billion-US-dollar plan to build its first liquid-crystal display plant in China, according to dpa.
With the new production wing at Kokubu, Sony will produce silicon crystal reflective displays, a device for liquid-crystal display projection systems, and LCD driver integrated circuits, it said.
The EM Eye meter features a multifunctional backlit liquid-crystal display that simultaneously shows linear and logarithmic values of signal strength and a real time lin/log bar graph with zoom.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, the international market leader for thin-film transistor liquid-crystal display (TFT-LCD) panels displays for notebook computers, has developed what it claims is the world's first 16.5-inch panel.
Visual equipment shipments gained 5.8 percent to 129.5 billion yen for the 15th straight month of growth, reflecting strong sales of liquid-crystal display TVs and DVD recorders.
Of the flat-screen TV shipments, liquid-crystal display TVs jumped 51.9% to 153.3 million units and plasma-display panel TVs rose 24.7% to 239,000 units.
Of the flat-screen TV shipments, liquid-crystal display TVs jumped 51.9% to 1.53 million units and plasma-display panel TVs rose 24.7% to 239,000 units.
said Wednesday it will build a second production line for next-generation liquid-crystal display (LCD) panels, called system LCD panels, at its plant in Mie Prefecture.
Shipments of audiovisual equipment, including plasma TVs, liquid-crystal display TVs and DVD players, increased 12.2% to 122.3 billion yen, rising for the third straight month, it said.
JEITA attributed the rise to strong demand for plasma-display panel TVs as well as liquid-crystal display TVs, DVD players and car navigation systems.

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