Japan Display recently announced that it has made an ultra-high resolution 4K x 2K LCD for tablets
The greed of the consumers when it comes to displays haas constantly been growing and the manufacturers are not lagging behind any further and are constantly feeding in the latest of everything. A latest revelation from Japan Display has revealed that it has made an ultra-high resolution 4K x 2K LCD module which has been designed specifically for tablets and besides offering a huge 3840 x 2160 resolution on a 10.1-inch display, it also operates as being extremely energy efficient.
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When we hear about the 4k resolution, we instantly resort to the idea of how power consumption and this is slightly a turn off. However, this has been taken care of by Japan Display. The power consumption will be similar to 10.1-inch WQXGA LCD modules since it makes use of the low-temperature polysilicon (LTPS) technology.
The technical specs of the display have also been revealed and this new ablet display is going to include 438 pixel per inch (ppi) density and an 160-degree viewing angle. It is going to feature a 1100:1 contrast ratio and a 400cd/m2 surface luminance.