DLC Offers Displays with IPS Technology in 2,8“; 3,5“; 4“; 7“; 8“; 9“ and 10,1“
IPS (In-plane switching) is a screen technology used for liquid crystal displays (LCDs). It was designed to solve the main limitations of the twisted nematic field effect (TN) matrix LCDs, such as relatively high response time, strong viewing angle dependence and low-quality color reproduction. In-plane switching involves arranging and switching the molecules of the liquid crystal (LC) layer between the glass substrates. This is done in a plane parallel to these glass plates.
- IPS panels display consistent, accurate color from all viewing angles and without having any blur.
- Unlike TN LCDs, they do not lighten or show tailing when touched. This is important for touch-screen devices, such as smartphones and tablets.
- IPS panels can process high speed signals without data loss by using copper wiring with low resistance values.
- In addition, they offer clear images and stable response time.