34 R1500 Mini LED Display Module

TCL Showcases Its Latest Displays For Foldable Devices, VR Headsets, Mini Game Monitors And More At SID Display Week 2022

The TCL China Star Optoelectronics (or CSOT) booth at SID Show Week 2022 has been nominated as one of the best booths in the innovation zone of the 2022 event, as some of the prototypes on display may demonstrate. They can also outline the company’s plans for the future of its offerings in spaces from virtual reality to in-car displays.

To this end, one of its display models consists of a viewer with which a SID Week attendee can experience TCL CSOT’s new Real RGB LCD-VR panels. These displays may not be the size of an OLED headset, however they are designed to increase the pixel density to 1764 ppi and refresh rates to 90 or 120 Hz.

TCL stresses that these advances can help address common adverse effects of VR use such as vertigo and screen door effect. The new 8-inch 360-degree flexible monitorStress-free and self-compensatingThe hinge was another example of an emerging plate type. This type is rated to fold inward with a radius of curvature of R1.5 and outward with one of R6.

On that note, TCL CSOT has also revealed a 34-inch mini LED monitor with 1500R specs. Not only is this an unusually small example of the board type, it should target esports use cases with a refresh rate of 165Hz and FreeSync Premium Pro.

The display company also revealed the latest developments in the complex and advanced 4-mask 1G1D production process in the form of a new 75-inch 8K mini LED display. There was also a new 17.3-inch 3K display designed to bring ultra-thin bezels to the in-cell LCD lineup.

Then again, they may have been overshadowed by the 8K OLED prototype unveiled in partnership with JOLED. Measuring 65 inches in size, it is now the largest example of resolution produced using the inkjet printing method.

Finally, it appears that TCL CSOT may be planning to come to OEMs like LG with a 12.3-inch driver monitoring system under the panel. Not only can it be placed in the front of the car instead of on the dashboard, it also hides the cameras (with reduced infrared transmittance seemingly for increased clarity) needed to pass Euro NCAP and GSR vehicle safety requirements.