Japan Display develops 10.1-Inch Ultra-High Resolution 4K2K LCD module for tablets
Japan Display has developed a 10.1-inch liquid crystal display (LCD) module with an ultra-high resolution of 3,840 (horizontal) x 2,160 (vertical) pixels ( 4K2K ) for tablets in a bid to expand the 4K2K experience to the mobile area. This product incorporates the low-temperature poly silicon (LTPS) technology that has long been cultivated by JDI, to provide low power consumption, low profile and narrow dead-band features. In particular, its power consumption is as low as that of the 10.1-inch WQXGA LCD module based on the amorphous silicon technology, even though it is a high capacity display panel. With the battery running time unchanged, it offers users a 4K2K experience.JDI has begun shipping samples.
Japan Display developed a 12.1-inch 4K2K LCD module (resolution density 365ppi) last year and presented it at the FPD international 2013. The new 10.1-inch product is an LCD module with even higher resolution (438ppi). As the 4K2K format is increasingly used in displays for televisions and camera devices, related image processing technologies and peripheral devices are evolving. Centered on these technologies and devices, the trend towards higher resolution is permeating in the mobile area. The introduction of this product will open the way for high-reality immersive expressions of photos, video content and game content for tablets.