Samsung Shows Off Cutting Edge LCDs

Posted: Jun 2 2009, 8:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:41pm CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
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Samsung has unveiled a series of high-tech LCDs at the SID 2009 exhibition that feature eco-friendly designs and low power consumption in slim panels. Among the LCDs shown at the expo were a 55-inch TV, a 14-inch notebook LCD, and a 23-inch LCD monitor panel.

Each of the LCD screens reduces power consumption by about 40% compared to other panels of similar design by using active dimming. The 23-inch LCD panel consumes only 5.7 watts. Samsung claims that is the lowest power consumption attained for a monitor of the size to date.

Samsung's active dimming technology was developed to reduce power consumption in edge-lit LED backlit panels. Samsung was also showing a 10.1-inch netbook panel with new Pentile technology cutting power consumption of the netbook in half.

Via Samsung

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