Humm, interesting stuff. Now where can we find a controller for this?
How can it be so brilliant and bright and contrasty with only 200 cd/m2? That's about the same as the cheapest Lillis...My Xenarc 700TSV has something like 500 cd/m2...and it's nowhere close! LOLGeneral Features
Active Screen Size 9.7 inches diagonal
Outline Dimension 210.53(H) × 166.53 (V) × 3.51(D, Max.) mm ※ PCB area : 5.82(Max.)
Pixel Pitch 0.192 mm × 0.192 mm
Pixel Format 1024 horiz. by 768 vert. Pixels RGB strip arrangement
Color Depth 6-bit, 262,144 colors
Luminance, White 200 cd/m2
Power Consumption Logic : 0.8W(typ.@Mosaic), Back Light : TBDW (typ.@ I
Weight 156g (Max.)
Display Operating Mode Transmissive mode, normally Black
Surface Treatment Glare, Anti-reflective treatment of the front polarizer, 3
I wonder if they had another source (not LG) for the backlight though.
IF this is really the iPad display, whatever they did, it works great. Not perfect, but good enough I think.Surface Treatment Hard coating(3H), Glare treatment of the front Polarizer (Haze 0%