Aug. 26, 2013
/PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- AU Optronics Corp.
("AUO" or the "Company") (
, the world's leading provider of optoelectronic solutions, today announced its participation in Touch Taiwan 2013 (International Touch Panel and Optical Film Exhibition 2013) from
August 28 to 30
. With "Picture the Future with Innovation" being the theme, AUO will showcase a variety of ultra high resolution, innovative value-added display applications, and high efficiency integrated touch solutions to unveil a touch of the future with cutting edge display technologies. In terms of high-end TV applications, AUO will showcase 65 and 55-inch UHD 4K Wide Color Gamut TV Panels offering ultra high resolution, fine and stereoscopic images.
Highlights at Touch Taiwan 2013 also include: the world's largest
6.5-inch Full HD OGS Touch Panel for smartphone; 55-inch Super Slim Dual Side Display on its debut; 5 to 6.5-inch large-sized smartphone displays with HD720 and Full HD ultra high resolution; ultra slim, ultra high resolution and flexible AMOLED smartphone displays; Embedded Touch Panel (eTP) offering standardized integrated touch solutions for touch-enabled notebook PCs; a series of ultra slim and high resolution displays for tablet applications.
UHD 4K Wide Color Gamut TV Panels
AUO has successfully developed UHD 4K technology and will demonstrate 65 and 55-inch next-generation UHD 4K Wide Color Gamut TV Panels, which are equipped with Wide Color Gamut (WCG) technology with saturation of over 100% NTSC. The panels feature Ultra HD resolution of 3840x2160 with 120Hz frame rate, and boast true colors with 3D-like effect to offer exquisitely fine images that transform viewers' experiences.
High saturation displays
for professional monitors
AUO's 27-inch Adobe RGB High Color Monitor Display, intended for professional graphic designs and image processing, has a high resolution of 2560x1440. Its 100% Adobe RGB presents colors in their most delicate, lifelike manner, with nearly no color difference when compared with actual print. Users can examine more accurately the colors and details of their works on monitor screens.