Crystal Displays (CDS) launches partnership with TFT specialist manufacturer Evervision
CDS has taken time to find the ideal small format TFT supplier and has decided to partner with Evervision, one of Taiwan's premier high quality TFT manufacturer's, to launch a wide range of TFT panels with some excellent benefits and very good price point
· 3.5″ to 10.2″ Diagonal
· Latest LED Backlighting Technology
· High Bright (up to 1200 cd/m2)
· Wide Operating Temperatures up to Automotive specification
· Excellent Viewing Angles
· Extremely Long Product Life Cycles
· Ideal for stand alone or embedded PC applications
· Cost Effective for Optimum Value Customizable for Volume Projects
· Modules Compatible with Sharp, Hitachi / KOE etc
· Wide variety of Touch screen Options for all the panels.
Technical Director Tony Large commented "We asked a number of our customers and prospective customers what they were looking for in their small format TFT panels and the wide viewing angles, optimum brightness, touch screen options and longer life times as competitive prices were key! This made our decision to work with Evervision very easy as they ticked all the boxes and the support is also excellent. We also know from our due diligence that users of their displays have been very happy which is the ultimate compliment! We have free of charge samples also available for the right projects which further supports our customers and their design in activities"
For more information on the product portfolio, ultra wide viewing angles and Improved Projected Capacitive Touchscreen options for all these panels go to the web page below.
For more product information please go to http://crystal-display.com/components/displays/lcd/evervision/
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