GTK has added a new high resolution 10.1″ TFT display to its large portfolio. This new display provides a low-profile, compact design and employs a MIPI interface that produces high-speed signalling. The panel Displays a WUXGA 1920 x 1200 resolution and provides an integral 34-pin ZIF connector, which is placed at the back of the unit.
Clive Dickinson, business manager for Displays at GTK, said, “Display technology is constantly evolving, and this latest TFT is an example of that. It has been designed to be sleeker and slimmer and has a higher resolution and superior connectivity than earlier display technologies. The MIPI interface is now becoming more mainstream than LVDS technology, and, as such, OEMs will see prices for this technology becoming more competitive. 10.1″ is a popular display size and is often used and seen in VoIP systems, audio consoles, medical diagnostics, instrumentation and many other applications.”
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