Pixel Qi Screens Hit Mass Production

Posted: Apr 28 2010, 10:39am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:50pm CDT, in News | Technology News

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Pixel Qi's transreflective LCD screen combines the best of LCD with the best of E-Ink, allowing your netbook/tablet to be ultra-battery efficient. It's also much easier to read on than a traditional LCD screen. While the technology is due out in Notion Ink's Adam and a variety of other products, no mainstream consumer gadgets yet pack Pixel Qi screens.

This state of affairs won't last long. Pixel Qi has just given out a report which states that they are now beginning to scale up production for the mass market. They will be announcing their partner for the DIY Pixel Qi screens soon.

Pixel Qi also noted that the viewing angle for their screens has been widened. Some had complained that transreflective screens had visibility issues at more extreme angles. Touch integration, including projective capacitive touch, is also now available in their screens.

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