Oled Technology.28 inch LCD screen ASUS TUF monitor series introduces new products, which use 28 inch LCD screen and support AMD FreeSync function.
It is understood that the new model of ASUS TUF display series is ASUS TUF Gaming VG289Q; In terms of screen, 28 inch LCD screen is adopted with a resolution of 3840 × 2160。 This display has a refresh rate of 60Hz, 90% of the DCI-P3 color gamut, and can display about 1.07 billion colors.
This ASUS display has a unique HDR mode, which is more suitable for games and movies. It supports AMD FreeSync and Shadow Boost, and can also display additional time, FPS values and other functions. In terms of interface, it includes two HDMI 2.0 ports and one DisplayPort 1.2 port. Finally, the official has not announced the specific listing time and price.
It is an ability to transform LCD technology into a panel module that can be seen and used in terminal products on a large scale, with high efficiency, high yield and low cost.
Without Chinese screen manufacturers, the upstream material enterprises in the United States, Japan and South Korea have no skills, nor can they convert technology into products, which is one of the reasons why Chinese screen manufacturers have more and more voice in the LCD field.
He has needs, you have skills, I will help you to achieve. This is what China Screen Factory is good at.
The position of Chinese screen manufacturers as “manufacturing centers” in the LCD market cannot be replaced by other countries in a short time.
3、 20 years of catching up, from lack of core and screen to tiger’s appetite
We know that the screen industry can also be called the display semiconductor industry. Its technological content is very high. In the early years, overseas giants blocked these technologies very strictly.
Samsung, LG and other Korean display panel giants have always had an unquestionable right of voice and leadership in the screen field. For example, in the high-end OLED screen field, Samsung and LG have been firmly ranked first in small size and large size respectively for a long time, and are far ahead of domestic manufacturers.
However, in the field of LCD screen, the two head screen manufacturers in China have already taken more than half of the share, and they also show a crushing advantage over Korean manufacturers in terms of net profits.
Although Japanese and Korean enterprises have a greater voice in the screen industry now, it was the Americans who invented the LCD technology in 1970 or so. However, due to various reasons, the United States “gave up halfway”, Japanese enterprises carried forward the LCD technology and finally put it into mass production.
The first industrialization of LCD technology was in the 1990s. About 30 years have passed since today. In 1990, NEC, IBM and Toshiba’s joint ventures DTI, Sharp and other companies launched their first large-scale color LCD production lines.
That is to say, since this period, Japanese enterprises have accumulated a large number of key technologies in the LCD panel industry, and the formulation of industry standards is mostly jointly formulated by these enterprises.
The glass substrates of Japanese Asahi and Electric Nitrite, the scanning lithography machines and step lithography machines of Nikon and Canon, the color films and polarizers of Nippon Nippon Electric, and the advanced printing equipment of Japanese printing were all accumulated during this period.
In the mid 1990s, during several LCD panel recessions, Korean enterprises represented by Samsung and LG began to make large-scale countercyclical investments, obtaining many Japanese LCD technologies and related talents, while Chinese Taiwan enterprises also undertook many Japanese LCD industry transfers in the late 1990s during the LCD panel recessions.
As the saying goes, “Who doesn’t eat dumplings?” But at the same time, every family also has its own difficulties. The development of the industry will go through various cycles. Undertaking industrial transfer and undertaking counter cyclical investment and acquisition are some ways of the initial development of the LCD industry in mainland China.
At the beginning of the 21st century, Chinese mainland head panel enterprises began to introduce and accumulate technology. In 2002, Shanghai Radio and Television Group and Japan NEC jointly established Shanghai Radio and Television NEC, and built the first LCD production line in mainland China.
The next year, BOE acquired the LCD business of Hyundai in South Korea. Through technology absorption and digestion, BOE independently built a 5th generation LCD production line in China, which was put into production in February 2005.