Published on November 9th,2009 at 3:02 PM
By >Akihabara News Team

Seiko Epson developed world’s first 4K HTPS TFT LCD Panel for 3LCD projectors

Seiko Epson Corporation just announced they developed the world’s first 4K-compatible high-temperature polysilicon (HTPS) TFT liquid crystal panel for 3LCD projectors.
This new new panel which measures 1.64inch diagonally can support resolution of 4096 x 2160, or four times the resolution of Full HD. Made thanks to Epson’s C2Fine technology, this new panel should bring you high quality, High contrast and deep black colors.

Epson announced they will exhibit projector with this panel during the next BEE 2009 (International Equipment Exhibition).

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