LG’S New Touchscreens Will Make Laptops Thinner And Lighter

Posted: Jul 6 2015, 7:44am CDT | by , in News | Technology News


LG’S new touchscreens will make laptops thinner and lighter

Laptops will be thinner and lighter with LG's new touchscreens

Touch screen based laptops with Full-HD display are going to get more slender and lighter on account of the most recent tech innovation from LG.

As opposed to including an additional touch board top of the LCD to give touch usefulness, LG's Advanced In-Cell Touch (AIT) boards implant a touch sensor inside of the LCD panel itself. This will consume 1mm (or 25%) off the board's thickness and diminishes its weight by 200 grams (around 35%) contrasted with a customary 15.5-inch touch-installed full-HD board.

LG figures that it additionally makes for a brighter and clearer picture because of the evacuation of the glass panel, while making touch super-responsive - notwithstanding the chance even when it’s wet.

AIT-based panels have been utilized on various cell phones, for example, the LG G4, yet it is the first run through the tech has advanced toward bigger gadgets like Laptops.

In an announcement, LG said that it has consented to supply 14-and 15.6-inch AIT panels to a few PC creators and is in converses with supply of other panel sizes. Although, it uncovered no efforts to produce them for devices with higher-resolution shows than 1080p.

However, the organization is hoping to make AIT-based panels for 2-in-1 hybrid and touchscreen laptops that have pen usefulness -, for example, the Surface Pro 3 and Asus T300 Chi.

LG is preparing its new panels for the second a large portion of the year, which is expected to introduce another era of touch-optimized tablets running with the best and the most recent Windows 10.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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