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Digitimes Research: Panel makers eyeing wearable device business opportunities
Jen-Chieh Yang, DIGITIMES Research, Taipei [Monday 16 June 2014]

Panel makers are eyeing wearable device business opportunities, as the market for other panel applications continues to mature and demand remains limited, according to Digitimes Research.

Display applications have become mature in the market but wearable device solutions such as smart watches are just emerging in addition to new demand for large-size products in niche markets.

Glasses-free 3D display technology is continuing to slightly emerge as as Ultra HD solutions for TVs in addition to notebooks, but markets are currently limited, added Digitimes Research.

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