Samsung has developed an 82in. TFT LCD TV panel, which the company claims is the largest produced to date. Samsung has developed the 82in. panel at its 7th generation fab slated to come online at the end of this month in Tangjeong, Korea. The 7th-generation line will begin mass production at the end of March. The panel is the first product from the S-LCD Corp. joint venture announced by Samsung and Sony last year. Samsung will use the fab primarily to build LCD modules for 23, 26, 32, 40, and 46in. flat-panel LCD TVs. The 7th generation fab uses glass substrates that measure 1.87 x 2.20 meters. Two 82in. substrates can be produced from a single glass substrate. The 82in. LCD panel uses Samsung’s super patterned-ITO vertical alignment (S-PVA) technology to achieve extra-wide viewing angles. In addition, the panel has a low-dispersion color filter and ultra high aperture ratio, achieving a contrast ratio of at least 1200:1 and brightness of 600nit (cd/m2). Response times are 8ms or faster.

Samsung has developed an 82in. TFT LCD TV panel, which the company claims is the largest produced to date. Samsung has developed the 82in. panel at its 7th generation fab slated to come online at the end of this month in Tangjeong, Korea. The 7th-generation line will begin mass production at the end of March. The panel is the first product from the S-LCD Corp. joint venture announced by Samsung and Sony last year. Samsung will use the fab primarily to build LCD modules for 23, 26, 32, 40, and 46in. flat-panel LCD TVs. The 7th generation fab uses glass substrates that measure 1.87 x 2.20 meters. Two 82in. substrates can be produced from a single glass substrate. The 82in. LCD panel uses Samsung’s super patterned-ITO vertical alignment (S-PVA) technology to achieve extra-wide viewing angles. In addition, the panel has a low-dispersion color filter and ultra high aperture ratio, achieving a contrast ratio of at least 1200:1 and brightness of 600nit (cd/m2). Response times are 8ms or faster.