Epson stirs pot, conjures up 4-inch high-res LTPS LCD

Darren Murph
D. Murph|08.27.08

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Darren Murph
August 27th, 2008
Epson stirs pot, conjures up 4-inch high-res LTPS LCD
It's one thing to take good pictures. It's another to show 'em off on a good display. Epson Imaging Devices has just made official its new 4-inch high-resolution LTPS LCD, which is featured in the forthcoming P-6000 / P-7000 photo viewers. The diminutive display has an 80-degree viewing angle (from all sides) and covers 94% of the Adobe RGB color gamut. Built upon the Photo Fine Premia technology, Epson is hoping that this newfangled screen will find its way into digital cameras and PMPs so owners can be proud of playing back photo slideshows on the go. Funny thing though -- we're never told just how "high" high-resolution really is. Is the sky the limit, or what?

[Via Physorg]

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