DUBLIN, June 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/3dfllf/global_and) has announced the addition of the "2014 Report on the International and Chinese Touch Screen (Panel) Industry" report to their offering.
The biggest advantage of AgNW lies in the small-scale transformation of touch sensor production equipment instead of buying new equipment. However, due to its high resistance and poor light transmission, it is not appropriate for the medium-sized field for the time being, but very suitable for the small-sized field which has lower requirements on quality. It is reported that TPK's SNW has got the order from Apple iwatch for touch screens.
Apple adopts the IN-CELL design for iPhone5 and iPhone6 because of the unsatisfying GFF's performance and OGS' screen intensity. TOL meets Apple's requirements, but TPK's TOL monthly capacity is only 2 million and TPK is unlikely to implement expansion simply for Apple, as TPK's over-reliance on Apple has caused declining performance. TPK's goal is to minimize the dependence on a single client, especially Apple.
As for iPhone6, Apple may still make advantage of IN-CELL or Hybrid In-cell/On-cell. Currently, JDI has performed maturely in Hybrid In-cell/On-cell, which can be accomplished through the original IN-CELL production lines to meet Apple's huge demand with higher signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and panel yield. Besides, such technology is fit for large-sized cell phones.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Introduction to Touch Screen
2 Touch Screen Downstream Market
3 Touch Screen Industry
4. Small and Medium-sized Display Companies
5 Touch Screen Vendors
- Digitech Systems
- Iljin Display
- Japan Display
- Laibao Hi-Tech (Laibao Hi-Tech)
- Lg Display
- Ltps And Igzo Market
- Mutto Optronics
- Nissha Printing
- Shenzhen O-Film Tech
- Sintek Photronic
- Top Touch
- Young Fast
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