Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Touchscreens have changed the way people expect to interact with their devices. When it comes to smartphones and tablets, touch is the way to go. Even handheld game consoles, laptops, and car navigation systems are moving towards touch. Manufacturers of these devices need to give their respective consumers the responsiveness these consumers are looking for. Selecting the right TFT-LCD display to use for different devices is important. Capacitive or Resistive Technology For touch-sensitive displays, two types of technologies are used: resistive and capacitive. The main difference is in how they respond to touch. Mobile phone comparison site Omio indicates that resistive technology is more accurate but capacitive technology is more responsive.
Sunday, September 13, 2015
Today, LCD modules play an important part in people’s daily lives, reflected in the smallest of gadgets and devices, from the simple displays of home alarm systems to the complex capabilities of a smartphone’s screen. While small, LCD modules play a big role in improving the functionality of these devices, being a crucial component in how the user interacts with the gadgets. Since LCD modules are used in a wide variety of applications, an LCD module manufacturer makes a lot of considerations in designing such products. Manufacturers, such as Microtips Technology, have designs with a wide variety of specifications, each of which is ideal for different uses.
Friday, September 11, 2015
Display technologies have come a long way since its introduction in the electronics scene. Today, different consumer products from HD TVs to handheld devices use a wide variety of display technologies. When designing new products, the first thing original equipment manufacturers determine is the kind of display technology to use. Should it be in color, or feature monochrome display? Depending on intended use of the product, you may choose a TFT LCD display module, a mono graphic LCD, or an OLED module. Battle of Color Displays When it comes to color, contrast, and picture quality, two display technologies are always going head to head with each other – TFT LCD and OLED. For many consumers looking for quality in their devices and appliances, color quality is one of the most sought-after.
Thursday, September 10, 2015
TVs and monitors made with LCD module technology are known to produce crisper images, more vibrant colors, and higher resolutions, which is why they continue to be one of the most popular choices for consumers on the lookout for such technology of maximum quality. To further enhance picture quality on TVs and monitors, manufacturers add many improvements, such as upgrades on display coatings that help specifically to control how the screen will look when exposed to light. Today, there are two different display coating options on finished products – glossy and matte. Which of the two offers the best viewing experience for consumers? Glossy Displays Glossy screens offer more in terms of color and contrast. The image produced on the displays often appear more vivid, saturated, and richer compared to matte displays. Shine some light towards it, and you’ll begin to see some noticeable reflections.