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re: Comment: Qualcomm's MEMS display is smart but is it bright enough?
AndyJenk   12/7/2011 10:57:16 PM
"...on many occasions, will select the display technology that gives them the best chance of making that heart-led sale" So why did laptop manufacturers switch to highly reflective glossy screens? And why no mention that Mirasol displays are better when viewed in full sunlight? whereas the bright colourful dispays you describe are practically not viewable in such conditions. It is certainly superb for ebook screens with the added bonus of video.

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