LG.Philips LCD will demonstrate a full line-up of TFT-LCD products for LCD TVs, desktop monitors, notebook PCs, rear-seat automotive entertainment, mobile and other applications during FPD International 2004 in Yokohama, Japan. LG.Philips LCD will unveil its prototype of the world’s largest single plate low temperature polysilicon (LTPS) technology based active matrix organic light emitting diode (AMOLED) display. This 20.1-inch prototype for future-generation TVs significantly improves the display’s response time and provides superior color saturation, along with reduced power consumption — all within a slim form factor, without a backlight needed. The company will also be showing its line-up of TFT-LCDs for mobile applications, featuring both LTPS and field sequential color (FSC) technology prototypes. In addition, LG.Philips LCD will also show several LCD prototypes to demonstrate its latest technology advancements in areas such as luminance controllable backlights and dynamic scanning backlights.

LG.Philips LCD will demonstrate a full line-up of TFT-LCD products for LCD
TVs, desktop monitors, notebook PCs, rear-seat automotive entertainment, mobile
and other applications during FPD International 2004 in Yokohama, Japan.
LG.Philips LCD will also be demonstrating the following TFT-LCDs at FPD
International 2004:

— 55-inch Wide Full HD LCD for HDTVs and Multimedia Displays
— 42-inch Wide XGA+ LCD for HDTVs and Multimedia Displays
— 37-inch Wide XGA+ LCD for HDTVs and Multimedia Displays
— 32-inch Wide XGA+ LCD for HDTVs and Multimedia Displays
— 26-inch Wide XGA+ LCD for HDTVs
— 23-inch Wide XGA+ LCD for HDTVs
— 30-inch Wide QXGA+ LCD for Desktop Monitors
— 23-inch Wide UXGA LCD for Desktop Monitors
— 20.1-inch Wide SXGA+ LCD for Desktop Monitors
— 20.1-inch UXGA LCD for Desktop Monitors
— 19-inch SXGA LCD for Desktop Monitors and Multi-functional Monitors
— 17-inch Wide UXGA+ LCD for Notebook PCs
— 17.1-inch Wide XGA LCD for Notebook PCs
— 15-inch SXGA LCD for Notebook PCs
— 15-inch Wide XGA+ for Notebook PCs
— 8-inch Wide VGA LCD for Rear-seat Automotive Entertainment
— 7-inch Wide QVGA LCD for Automotive Entertainment and Car Navigation

Making its debut at FPD International 2004, LG.Philips LCD will unveil its
prototype of the world’s largest single plate low temperature polysilicon (LTPS)
technology based active matrix organic light emitting diode (AMOLED) display.
This 20.1-inch prototype for future-generation TVs significantly improves the
display’s response time and provides superior color saturation, along with
reduced power consumption — all within a slim form factor, without a backlight
needed.

The company will also be showing its line-up of TFT-LCDs for mobile
applications, featuring both LTPS and field sequential color (FSC) technology 
prototypes. In addition, LG.Philips LCD will also show several LCD prototypes to
demonstrate its latest technology advancements in areas such as luminance
controllable backlights and dynamic scanning backlights. LG.Philips LCD’s
executive vice president of marketing, Bruce Berkoff, will be presenting during
the keynote session S-1 on October 20, and also during session H4 on October 21
on, "Displaying the Digital World on TFT-LCDs," within the Pacifico Yokohama
Seminar Hall. In addition, Mr. Chang-ho Oh, team leader of panel design for
LG.Philips LCD’s Development Center, will deliver his speech, "Technologies for
LCD TVs," during session A-6 on October 22.