Sharp Unveils New Memory LCD

Posted: Jun 3 2009, 8:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:42pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
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Sharp Microelectronics has announced a new Memory LCD at SID. The new LCD is a 1.35-inch Monochrome Square that will be in a line of displays with other sizes. The line will also soon include color displays according to Sharp.

The new Memory LCD is aimed at applications in mobile phones, watches, remote controls and performance tracking electronics. The 1.35-inch LCD has a monochrome resolution of 96 x 96 and is capable of displaying smooth graphics with 50% reflectance and only 15 µW of power consumption.

The Memory LCD is visible in an environment with a mere 0.5 lux without needing a light source. That is nearly complete darkness. The display is also very thin making it ideal for space-limited designs like watches and phones. The contrast ratio for the display is 10:1 and the dot pitch is 0.252 x 0.252.

Via Sharp

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