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    IDF - Chipsets, Digital Home and LCOS

    In 2004 Grantsdale offers several feature sets which are targeted at the digital home. Following is just a sampling of the upcoming technologies. PCI – Express 16X. The next generation of Integrated graphics will offer dual independent displays – so it can be watched on different displays – TV and TFT for example.
    http://www.hexus.net/content/reviews...lld19JRD03MDg=

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    I think I understand about the new screen types.....you did well just getting my brain around it matey

    SO Intel has some major SOFTware stuff to go with its HARDware stuff....the future is a one-stop-shop then, in their eyes? Forget Microsloth and the others......Intel will provide it all for ya...intergated?

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    Intel developed the new 'cell' or 'crystal' which the light bounces off at the back of the unit. Sorry it is 4am at the moment I know the word I am looking for but can't find it

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    Well it's 12:30pm here and I don't have a clue what this is all about either...

    Some sort of new display perhaps? I give up.

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    It is not the physical display it is the source at the rear of the panel - which the light bounces off and is projected on to the front of the screen

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    Right... I think I understand now. So using this it can display more pixels so better displays, right? That's good ya? What about the response time, are they working to increase that too?

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    As yet - not known I will try and find out today.

    The advantage is the pixel density (720P and 1080P) and also the cost - since it is made in Silicon not by other means Intel can do scale of economny.

    The drive function is shown on the page - if you look at the viewfoils it should all tie in now.

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    $1600 for a 50" display? That would be pretty good!

    So about £1600 if they come out over here then, eh?

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    Probably

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    Is that not the same as the transreflective displays some manufacturers having been using on new phones and pda's - Use the reflected light to amplify the lcd brightness making it more visible in brighter conditions, and also cut down on the power needed from the traditional backlights?
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