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Has Sharp Dug Itself Out?

8/1/2014 02:10 PM EDT
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krisi
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IGZO
krisi   8/1/2014 3:46:11 PM
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what is resolution for teh IGZO panels?

alex_m1
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Re: IGZO
alex_m1   8/1/2014 6:03:36 PM
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Krisi: 664 ppi(or 8K@13.3 inch).

http://news.oled-display.net/why-igzo-oled/

krisi
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Re: IGZO
krisi   8/1/2014 6:08:33 PM
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thank you Alex...how new is this IGZO technology?

alex_m1
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Re: IGZO
alex_m1   8/1/2014 6:10:43 PM
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not sure how new.

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Re: IGZO
junko.yoshida   8/3/2014 6:12:27 AM
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IGZO panels have been around more than a couple of years...the IGZO panel's real advantage is in lower power consuption. Sharp, however, reportedly has have had yied issues with the production of IGZO panel.

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daleste   8/3/2014 4:27:33 PM
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Good to see Sharp is able to find a niche where they can excel.  It would be sad to see them disappear.

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Better days are ahead
_hm   8/3/2014 6:05:44 AM
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Yes, working with customer like Apple and other - Sharp will have much better days ahead.

 

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