The company said in a statement on Monday that "in-cell touch" technology used for premium smartphones was applied for the first time to large displays through collaboration with LG Display, a major flat panel producer in South Korea. The price was not given.
In-cell touch technology increases the speed of response and touch by incorporating touch sensors into LCD liquid crystal cells and matching actual touchpoints with areas where sensors react. Previous touch technology of large displays had the disadvantage of having air-gaps between liquid crystal cells and touch sensors.
LG said the new product has a thin display and a screen border of 29 millimeters, allowing users to implement a harmonious design with their surroundings. It is equipped with LG's software so that it can utilize a variety of smart functions.
The new product's screen-sharing feature allows users to wirelessly connect with various devices including laptop PCs and smartphones, LG said, adding users can meet in a remote conference room while watching the same screen in real time.
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