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October 1st, 2003
Omron Develops World's First Frontlight Technology
Omron Corporation has developed the world's first frontlight manufacturing technology capable of making brighter, clearer liquid display screens while reducing power consumption for wireless handheld's, PDA's and other mobile information terminals. The frontlight manufacturing technique, which applies nanotechnology, achieves a three-fold improvement in contrast ratio compared to frontlights manufactured by other companies, and screen brightness rivaling that of notebook computers (100cd/m2) through highly efficient light control.
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