Sunday, July 26, 2015

Microtips Technology’s Expansive Selection of TFT LCD Display Modules

Here at Microtips Technology, we pride ourselves in being among the pioneers of new LCD technologies. We do this by providing a carefully selected range of products to serve our clients who have a wide variety of purposes in mind. Among the categories of products we manufacture and supply is the (Thin Film Transistor) TFT LCD display. Majority of the displays in our inventory are available in White LED, YG LED, FSTN, and STN, all fitted with capacitive touch screen technology. In this update, we will look into our inventory of modules and highlight some samples that have particular characteristics.

Friday, July 24, 2015

Touchscreen Technologies behind Our Excellent LCD Module Varieties

Microtips Technology is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of some of the best LCD module varieties available in the market today. Our success is driven by our determination to be a pioneer in new LCD technologies. For this reason, we have always used the latest touchscreen technologies in our products. We mainly provide a gamut of LCD modules in two of the major (and most widely used) types of touchscreen technologies: capacitive touch and resistive touch. Almost every industry in the world today, from automotive to healthcare, uses some form of touchscreen device. This is mostly because touchscreen makes for a more user-friendly experience when compared to traditional button-operated technology. The first ever touchscreen was developed in the late 1960s at the Royal Radar Establishment in the U.K. by E.A. Johnson.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

OLED Display Module Manufacturers: The Bright Future of OLED Display

Display technology has long been dominated by LCD and LED. They have been the staple of many devices like smartphones, music players and even televisions. Yet, another material has been slowly emerging as the future of high definition displays, a material that can easily beat LCDs and LEDs when it comes to functionality and versatility. These are known as Organic Light Emitting Diodes, or OLED. OLED displays have been present for quite some time in the market, yet it is only recently that people have begun to see its future in display technology. Now that more people are looking for devices with thinner, lighter and more flexible screens with vivid colors, OLED display module manufacturers are indeed looking at a brighter future ahead of them.

Monday, July 20, 2015

The LCD Making Process: How Your LCD Module Manufacturer Gets it Done

LCDs are an important product nowadays; people see them everywhere, from their smartphones to their computer monitors. An LCD module manufacturer like Microtips Technology often has to work a lot to keep up with the demand. Providing the world with its LCD needs, however, can be difficult. To better understand the challenges; here is a brief overview of what exactly goes into crafting all of the LCDs that people see around them. LCD Components Liquid crystal displays are popular because that they can fit into a thin space what old CRT displays needed a lot of space for. This is because of the unique property of liquid crystals to be somewhere between solids and liquids; when an electric current passes through them, they can change to control how light passes through them, either becoming cloudy or transparent. This is how a sheet of liquid crystals can change to display various images. Depending on how small the segments can be made, the images can be produced in high-definition.

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Steady Growth Path in Store for OLED and LCD Module Manufacturers

Earlier this year, Transparency Market Research released a report chronicling the agency’s outlook for the organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display market through 2018. The report bears great news for OLED and liquid crystal display or LCD module manufacturers like Microtips Technology, LLC. Among other things, analysts expect a massive growth in store for the OLED display market to the tune of $25.9 billion by 2018, from a meager $4.9 billion in 2012. While the OLED market has seen some highs and lows, it’s still managed to perform quite well. With the use of OLED displays in smartphones, government backing in several countries, and a growing number of OLED wearables for the healthcare, transportation, and medical sectors, the market for OLED is on a steady growth path.