Apple is facing the mother of all backlogs with the iPad 2, yet still producing enough tablets to be a major player in the tablet display market. Analysis released by Displaybank suggests Apple was responsible for the lion's share of 9.7-inch displays shipped in May.
Apple's two LCD suppliers...
June 17th 2011 at 2:00pm
While any number of total netbooks shipped or sold is bound to be a little suspect, given that many folks can't even agree on what a netbook is, this latest report from research firm DisplayBank at least gives us a decent impression, and confirms what many likely thought. According to the report, t...
February 2nd 2009 at 3:51pm
LCDs just keep on rolling in the display market, and the tide has definitely shifted away from plasma. DisplayBank rounded up the numbers for 2007, and found that even though plasma volume was up almost 20-percent, revenues were down 15-percent; that last ugly number comes courtesy an almost 30-per...
February 15th 2008 at 8:07pm
In case you hadn't heard, CRT sets are on their way out, and LCD is the display technology that will replace them in popularity. According to to market research firm Displaybank, the LCD portion of TV shipments will grow from 38% this year to 66% by 2015. By our math, that's close to 2-out-of-3. Cha...
October 18th 2007 at 9:03pm
Cuz all the cool kids are doing it for at
least the next year or so, much unlike the mullet. Despite all the hubbub about LEDs, CCFLs are likely to
continue backlighting your LCD panel, even as manufacturers ramp up production to meet demand. When will
light emitting diodes and flat fluorescent lamp...
April 4th 2006 at 6:54pm
Size does matter, at least if you're
an LCD manufacturer. While 2005 may have ended without the oversupply and price crash many had predicted, as LG &
Samsung continue to add
production capacity prices will (someday) drop, and smaller manufacturers may be squeezed out. The outlook for
February 7th 2006 at 11:38am
While the question of whether or not next year will be the year for high definition to take over, it will definitely
be remembered as the year 1080p hit the scene. With several different manufacturers lining up plasma and LCD displays,
Displaybank took a quick look at
the competitors.From 40" t...
December 30th 2005 at 5:37pm