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The scope of energy savings in LCD TVs

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t.alex
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t.alex   8/1/2010 4:39:53 PM
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Hi Gyan, Thanks for the article. Nice to know more about the backlighting methods and tradeoffs. Is this IC that you mentioned also applicable for laptop LCD ?

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MikeLC   8/1/2010 5:56:03 AM
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Gyan; Nice article and very topical. I'm glad your company is working on energy saving solutions that still deliver quality. While I'm here, I'd like to say that, while it is secondary to energy consumption, the durability of touch screens is another feature that I think we will expect and require in the future. Thanks again for the information.

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p_g   7/22/2010 4:50:05 AM
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Its really amazing how much of power we consume while watching TV or computer. Displays have become very important part of almost all the devices. LCD display in cars, cell phone, monitor. I agree with Mr. Gyan that we need to focus on power consumption by LCD before they become bigger power consuming units in our day-2-day life.

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