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InnoLED display technology
Innolux will present applications derived from its InnoLED technology, including the bezel-less Supreme Gaming LCD, which utilizes a super-high contrast ratio made possible by the new InnoLED technology to achieve a wide color gamut, low power consumption, low blue light, and its super-thin design that offers the optimal gaming experience. The 16-inch Thin Bezel 165Hz miniLED Gaming Notebook combines the IGZO panel with InnoLED's large number of miniLED backlight partitions to achieve greater depth of field effects, better detail in colors and dark areas, and deeper, more vibrant colors. The panel also supports a super-high refresh rate that minimizes motion blur, allowing gamers to easily see their targets and unlock their potential as they enjoy the ultra-smooth gameplay, it said.
The next step in 3D displays
Innolux said its N3D technology is built around light-field display technology, which minimizes the discomfort from prolonged use. The N3D technology is utilized in the 31.5-inch Multi-User N3D display for multiple viewers and the 15.6-inch 4K N3D notebook for single users. These products provide viewers with a hyper-realistic 3D experience and feature a multitude of industry-leading innovations in 3D displays, including low-computational-load and wearable-free 3D graphics. They promise to give Innolux a major head-start in seizing business opportunities in the fields of omnichannel retailing, smart healthcare, and others.
Innolux said it has been investing in the development of TFT-LCD technology for many years and has achieved breakthroughs in notebook panels with its PolarBlack LCD technology, which pushes the envelope in color gamut, contrast, and brightness. The 16.0-inch PolarBlack notebook to be showcased at the exhibition features a super wide color gamut, high brightness (500 nits), ultra-high contrast ratio (3,000:1), and low power consumption (30% lower than regular LCD displays). With its vibrant colors, high definition, and ability to show fine details in both bright and dark areas that outperform even high-end OLED notebook displays, this product redefines the user experience for a new generation of consumers.
Accelerated development of next-generation displays
With its next-generation miniLED backlight display technology, Innolux said it leads the industry in introducing sub-11-inch tablet displays. For the exhibition, Innolux will present its 10.95-inch WQXGA miniLED tablet, which utilizes the company's miniLED backlight technology to achieve a high contrast ratio, high brightness, low power consumption, and high dynamic range. It also features a unique modular design with great compatibility produced via an optimized backlight module manufacturing process, thereby effectively shortening clients' product development cycles, reducing development costs, and boosting their competitive advantage, the vendor said. The 16.0-inch 165Hz miniLED gaming notebook and 17.0-inch 4K miniLED gaming notebook are both equipped with ultra-high dynamic range (HDR-1000), a high refresh rate, and the new miniLED backlight technology to produce realistic images with ultra-high brightness and contrast, providing gamers with an incomparably immersive gaming experience.
Collaboration with strategic partners
As the next generation of display technologies continues to evolve, the active-matrix miniLED will drive another leap in technological development. With its robust TFT-LCD foundation and production quality, Innolux said it is working with its strategic partners (PanelSemi) to develop its comprehensive solution of active matrix on TFT substrate that enables precise control of output current to produce bright, high-contrast, high-definition images. The active-matrix on TFT substrate can also be applied to rollable display products for use in a variety of fields due to their advantage of being rollable, ultra-thin, easily installed, and highly portable, while at the same time producing high definition dynamic images.
The annual displays event will take place at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center.