Innolux Reveals More Display Tech Including 144Hz 16″ Gaming Display

Innolux has integrated force touch into touch-integrated displays to produce full in-cell 3D touch, which supports multi-touch surfaces and multi-gradient control and is compatible with upcoming non-conductive type touch tablets.

The company has also introduced 3D in-cell touch dispersive signal technology (DST) technology in a 6.17″ multi-gradient touch product, with an extendable 3D touch function. Innolux says its DST function is the only touch technology on the market which is adaptable for insulation capacitance.

The firm has also presented a 16.1″ ultra-thin-border gaming display with a larger visual area and more room for cooling and battery to enhance GPU efficiency and power durability. The monitor has a refresh rate of 144Hz and a response time of 3 milliseconds. The display has been adopted by tier-1 brands and will be mass produced in the fourth quarter of 2018.

In addition, Innolux revealed it has integrated quantum dot technology into LED, which the company claims can achieve 90% BT.2020 coverage and 120% high colour saturation. A notebook incorporating this technology is expected to be mass produced next year.

The company also announced its second-generation anti-spy 14″ LCD low-power notebook. Privacy is protected by switching from sharing mode to privacy mode via a button and no extra mounted screen is needed.