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Apple-rejected Panels, Used For iPad Clones

Written on July 04, 2011 by Lulu

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According to a report, panels that didn't meet Apple's requirements are being used to develop iPad clones by several Chinese manufacturer.

Based on a report from DigiTimes’ sources, rejected 9.7-inch IPS panels that didn’t meet Apple’s stringent requirements for developing the iPad 2 are being sold to China-based vendors. Sources pointed out that two main suppliers of the panels – LG Display and Samsung Electronics – shipped an estimated 12-15 million 9.7-inch IPS panels in the second quarter, while 7-9 million iPad 2s are projected to ship in the said timeframe.

Apple still have a long way to tap in the full potential of the tablet market in China, even though iPad has seen significant demand in the world’s most populated nation.

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LG Unveils its Thinnest LED Display

Written on December 14, 2010 by Adam Eve

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LG has unveiled what will be its slimmest LED display to date. The LG E2290V is designed specifically for gamers and video users to make full use of the high-end refresh rates.

Measuring a meager 7.3 mm, LG has unveiled what seems to be its slimmest display to date. The 21.5-inch LG E2290V display sports a 1920 x 1080 pixel full HD video playback, two milliseconds response rate, a 10,000,000:1 contrast ratio, and LG’s LED technology that reduces power consumption by up to 40%. Designed with gamers and video users in mind, the LG E2290V houses all of its features in a silver base with its power supply and connection socket at the back. Priced at $435, the LG E2290V will be launched in Asia this month and will hit Europe and US by January 1, 2011.

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