Polysilicon speeds LCD response

Polysilicon speeds LCD response
Richard Ball Toshiba has developed a four inch liquid crystal display that uses polysilicon to speed up the display’s response. The use of polysilicon rather than amorphous silicon in the thin film transistors means the VGA resolution display is faster and consumes less power. Drivers can be formed on the display itself, reducing component count and the number of external connections. The display is said to offer photo quality images.


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