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New Polarizer Film to boost contrast of LCD TVs

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on January 26th, 2010

Our TVs have come a long way, but they can still be pushed further. A Japanese company called Zeon is doing the pushing with a film it has developed for the polarizing plates of LCD screens, which would boost picture contrast quite a bit.

This phase difference film is created from Cyclo Olefin Polymer, which makes it suitable for LCD TVs based on in-plane-switching (IPS) technology, which is used by companies like Panasonic or Hitachi. The new film inhibits the diffusion of light from the backlight and that gives you clearer pictures. The company would like to mass produce the films this year, and are aiming at LCD TVs 40-inches or larger.

LG 22-inch W2261VG LCD with 50k:1 contrast

Posted in LG by Conner Flynn on February 25th, 2009

LG 22-inch W2261VG LCD with 50k:1 contrastThis new monitor from LG is apparently only available in Japan at the moment. The W2261VG boasts a Full HD resolution TN panel LCD with 1000:1 contrast, 300 cd/m2 brightness and 160/170 viewing angles rating. Flip the switch and the 2ms rated panel can extend its 1000:1 contrast rating of up to 50k:1; revealing more details in darkly lit scenes.

As far as connectivity, it features HDMI, VGA and a HDCP compliant DVI-D digital port. Looks like its more suited for gaming and multimedia. It’s available now in Japan for $227.