【CES 2019】PlayNitride Showcases 232 DPI Micro LED Displays

After Samsung released the new Micro LED displays at First Look CES event, Taiwan-based PlayNitride is also exhibiting its latest Micro LED technology. Unlike Samsung’s large sized TVs, PlayNitride is showcasing small sized Micro LED displays of 3.12-inch and 5-inch. The pixels of the displays were made by RGB chips that are smaller than 30µm.

The five-inch display is featured with transparency whose penetration rate could reach 50 percent. The resolution of the display is 350*170 with more than 180 thousands chips in one module.

The other 3.12-inch display is with a resolution of 256*256, consisting of 786 thousands Micro LED chips (DPI 232). With this display, PlayNitride demonstrates its capabilities in mass transferring and repair cost reduction.

Visit PlayNitride at Sands Expo, Halls A-D, booth# 40731. 

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