Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the world's largest provider of thin-film transistor, liquid crystal display (TFT LCD) panels, begins producing seven-inch LCDs in September to take the lead in the WVGA display market for mobile devices. The seven-inch LCD is well suited for high-end multimedia products such as handsets for digital multimedia broadcasting (DMB), portable multimedia players (PMPs), portable DVD players, and portable navigation systems. Samsung plans to expand the seven-inch LCD production capacity to 10 million units by 2007. The company unveiled its seven-inch display at the International Meeting on Information Displays, held in Daegu, Korea last month.
Belkin, the exclusive worldwide accessories partner for Samsung MP3 players, today introduces accessories for the Samsung Z5, K5, and T9 players. The line includes an FM transmitter, car chargers, screen overlays, and an array of cases that help you enhance your Samsung listening experience whether in the car or in your home. The cases and screen overlays will be available in September 2006, while the rest of the line will be available in October 2006. Launches in Asia, Europe, and Australia will follow. It will also be on display at the 2006 IFA Show in Berlin, September 1-6, in Hall 4.2b at Booth 204a. The Screen Overlay for Samsung K5 and T9 is available for $14.99
Samsung Electronics, the world’s largest provider of thin-film transistor, liquid crystal display (TFT-LCD) panels, has developed the first 70-inch LCD panel for use in the consumer TV market. Currently, the largest LCD TV screen size is 65 inches in diameter. The company will unveil its 70-inch LCD HDTV at the International Meeting on Information Displays (IMID) 2006, which will open in Daegu, Korea. Vice President Kim Sang-Soo of Samsung said, “Our new 70-inch LCD is not only significantly larger, but also sets a new benchmark of excellence in terms of video image reproduction, viewing angle and image quality. We’ve designed it to enhance the large screen TV user’s viewing experience.”