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Panasonic Develops Worlds Smallest, Slimmest, Highest definition 20-inch IPS Alpha LCD Panel


Panasonic has developed a 20-inch 4K2K (3,840 x 2,160 resolution, approx. 8.29million pixels) IPS Alpha LCD panel, the smallest as a 4K2K-resolution display. The new panel has the world’s highest pixel density of 216 pixels per inch (ppi) and the thickness of only 3.5 mm, the thinnest in the world. The 4K2K IPS Alpha LCD panel employs two new technologies, Pixel structure with ultra-high aperture ration structure and New liquid-crystal molecular orientation process technology .These Panasonic’s new technologies enable viewers to enjoy, from any angle, ultra-high definition videos that show fine lines and texts crisp and clear on the screen and faithfully reproduce lifelike images with subtle textures and even a sense of depth.

IPS Alpha panels are suitable for making ultra-high definition displays because of their simple pixel structure- one of the characteristics of the IPS panels- as well as their high contrast ratio, excellent color reproducibility with rich gradation and the industry’s highest-level light transmission rate that were implemented by Panasonic’s unique IPS-Pro technology. A prototype panel will be unveiled at the 2012 International CES to be held in Las Vegas, United States from January 10 to 13.

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