Sharp announced today a new 3D touchscreen LCD featuring the industry’s highest brightness that can switch between 2D and 3D modes.
The Sharp 3D touchscreen does not require glasses and comes in a 3.4-inch size with FWVGA (480x854px) resolution, 500cd/m2 brightness and 1000:1 contrast ratio.
Of course this new Sharp 3D display would be idea for the Nintendo 3DS. This new 3D touch-screen display is not mass production yet. Sharp will start the mass production of a 2.4-inch 3D display with QVGA resolution on the first half o fiscal year 2010.
Therefore i do not think this new 3D display will be used in the 3DS as it will not be ready in time and most likely is to expensive for a Nintendo console.
See our recent report on Nintendo 3DS 3D display theories.
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