LG.Phillips has announced that they will unveil their 14.3-inch E-paper display at CES 2008. The thin-film transistor panel - which is equivalent in size to an A4 sheet of paper - is capable of displaying 1280x800 pixels, the highest resolution ever seen on this type of device, and has the ability to display 16.7 million colors. LG.Phillips note that the screen's thickness is less than 300 micrometers, and can be viewed from a full 180 degrees.
Sharp has pulled the wraps off a new LCD TV that is 20mm (0.78 inches) thick at its thinnest point and 29mm (1.14 inches) at its widest point. Sharp noted that the TV will feature a 4ms response time, 3000:1 contrast ratio and weigh 55 pounds.
Samsung are playing their part in helping VESA's DisplayPort gain momentum announcing a new 30" panel sporting a DisplayPort input capable of 10.8Gbps. All we can really add is - watch out DVI!
Sony are adding three new models to their Bravia LCD line-up, all featuring 1920x1080 (1080p) 10-bit panels.
Sony has done a world first, announcing a flexible organic LED display capable of displaying 16.7 million colours - the last flexible display was from Samsung, which was only capable of displaying 262,000 colours.
Hewlett-Packard is putting a new spin on things, being supposedly working on two notebooks with LED displays, and no - we're not talking LED backlighting, but rather a full LED display.
Being recently approved as an industry standard, DisplayPort is well on its way to phasing out DVI and other display standards. With that said, Dell is without hesitation to announce a new LCD monitor featuring the new optical connector.