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Corning is the largest supplier of LCD glass with about 90% of the TFT LCD market. Corning’s 7059 borosilicate glass has a strain-point temperature of 590°C that can be used for TFT processes requiring a temperature of 400–500°C. Liquid crystal display assembly The LCD structure consists of two glass plates:  The front glass plate also called the colour filter substrate contains the colour filter layers in addition to the ITO layer, hard coat and polyimide and the sealing.  T  he rear glass plates or TFT array substrate is the substrate for the TFT production in the case of AMLCDs.

Furthermore, the viewing angle is greatly improved to 160° angles both left to right and up to down. Sharp has introduced its CG-Silicon technology in a line of Viewcam digital camcorders. The VL line represents the first mass production consumer electronics device in North America featuring this new technology. 5in colour CG-Silicon screens. Recently, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. 98in LCD panel with VGA resolution, using a-Si technology. This is the industry’s first VGA resolution in this size and was displayed at the SID 2006 Conference in San Francisco.

Although early versions of low cost laptop computers used DSTN passive matrix displays, they were soon replaced by active matrix TFT and the penetration of TFT in this application segment is almost 100%. Soon thereafter, LCDs began finding their way into computer monitors as well and has enjoyed tremendous growth in the last few years. LCD screens have steadily eroded the market share of the bulky CRT monitors for desktop computers, finally overtaking CRT monitors in sales for desktops in 2003.

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