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“But IHS iSuppli analyst Wayne Lam —who has also disassembled the Xoom—noted that the iPad display is based on a technology called in-plane switching that produces a clearer picture at sharp viewing angles.”
“Like the iPad's screen, the screen on the Fire has so-called in-plane switching technology, meaning that unlike some LCD screens it can be viewed from a variety of angles, not just straight on.”
“And because it uses a display technology called IPS (in-plane switching), it has a wide, 178° viewing angle.”
“Apple says the color iPad screen also uses a new display technology called "in-plane switching" to solve another common problem with LCD screens: the inability to see it from an angle.”
“LG Display is the biggest player in the industry of LCDs using in-plane switching, or IPS, technology, which enables consumers to enjoy the same picture quality at any viewing angle.”
“Apple's iPad Web site says the device's display is an "LED-backlit glossy widescreen multitouch display with [in-plane switching] technology," which analysts said refers to Prime View's technology.”
“It uses IPS (in-plane switching), which is more common on TVs than laptops and provides a wide range of viewing angles.”
“I took this book as my in-plane reading en route a la Belle Francais & had time to write most of this review in the process.”
“You mention the fact that there are no bathrooms, but in most cases each “day” of flight lasts about 8 hours with few in-plane amenities except for parachutes.”
“Using an Eizo ColorEdge CE240W as reference monitor, rofessional photographer Rob Galbraith compared the screens on the three bestselling notebooks in their respective categories MacBook Pro, Dell Mini 9 and Lenovo W700 and that of the Lenovo ThinkPad T60 whose in-plane switching LCD panel is well-regarded.”
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