LG Display, a leading manufacturer of various displays, will showcase a number of screens based on AH-IPS (advanced high performance in-plane switching) technology with full-HD and beyond resolutions. In particular, the company will show off 4K professional display, 5.5” full-HD display, 12.9” notebook display with 2560*1700 resolution and so on.
"We are relentlessly pursuing two key drivers that represent the future of the display industry, resolution and design. The products exhibited at CES 2013 reaffirm both our reputation as the field's leading innovator, as well as ability to deliver market winning solutions to customers around the world," said Dr. Sang-Beom Han, president and CEO of LG Display.
Among other innovative products, LG Display will showcase the lineup of ultra high-definition (UHD) panels with 3840*2160 resolution in 55”, 65” and 84” sizes. The panels support FPR (film patterned retarder) stereo-3D technology. In addition, the company will unveil a 30” 4K-class monitor with 4096*2160, the highest resolution for computer monitors to date.
In line with its market leading AH-IPS technology for smartphones, tablets, and monitors, LG Display will exhibit a full-HD 5.5” smartphone display with 403ppi (pixel per inch), as well as 7” tablet display with resolution of 1920*1200 and 324ppi. A 12.9” laptop panel featuring 2560*1700 (QSXGA) resolution will also be shown.
Additionally, LG will also demo new narrow bezel lineup next generation Neo-Blade series, a 23.8” monitor panel with an ultra narrow bezel, as well as a 13.3” laptop panel with a narrower than 2mm bezel. Also featured will be a 4.7” mobile display with approximately 1mm bezel, providing a solution for users to comfortably grip a large-sized phone in one hand.
Finally, LG Display will highlight its advancements in the public display field with products including the world's first 84-inch UHD Interactive Whiteboard for classrooms, a futuristic 47” transparent display, a 47” high brightness display perfect for outdoor signage use, and video wall composed of nine 55” FPR 3D panels.