Display system
  • Sony have launched two models of its new Bravia Master series TVs
    Sony have launched two models of its new Bravia Master series TVs - an 85-inch LCD 8K HDR model (KD-85Z9G) and a 77-inch 4K OLED model (KD-77A9G) - in Taiwan.
  • EIH
    E-paper solution provider E Ink Holdings (EIH) and US-based Digital, Connected, Intelligent Health Technology (DCI) have jointly rolled out digital healthcare display devices for hospital applications.
  • Taiwan TV shipments grew over 10% sequentially in 2Q19
    Taiwan's makers shipped 7.16 million LCD TVs in the second quarter of 2019 increasing 14.4% from the previous quarter, as US-based clients required advanced shipments to avoid their products likely being subject to higher tariffs to be imposed by the US government, according to Digitimes Research.
  • The combination of 5G networks and 8K technologies is likely to enrich applications in the fields such as manufacturing, medical care and security monitoring, boosting demand for 8K TVs in 2020, according to industry observers.
  • Pegatron said to join third-generation Google Glass supply chain
    Pegatron has reportedly entered the supply chain of the third-generation Google Glass featuring a design that is lighter than the previous generations, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.
  • Development of the 8K TV industry has gained momentum recently, highlighted by the releases of an 8K TV chip by Realtek Semiconductor, the Xbox console Project Scarlett by Microsoft, and the world's first 8K OLED TV by LG Electronics, Digitimes Research has observed.
  • Huawei has announced that it will launch a series of TVs with smart displays under its Honor-lineup targeting the smart home segment.
  • EIH's wireless electronic luggage tag
    E-paper solution provider E Ink Holdings (EIH) has begun shipping its 2.9-inch hanging wireless electronic luggage tags (ELTs) to China Eastern Airline.
  • PCB maker Apex International expects its 10-layer PCB shipments for 8K Ultra HD TVs to pick up each quarter in the second half and to become a key growth driver for the company during the period.
  • Taiwan-based e-book reader maker Netronix has been keen on developing new e-paper applications including electronic baggage tags (EBTs), smart bus stop signs and smart medical care devices, and expects demand for these solutions to pick up dramatically in the second half of 2019 and in 2020.
  • Radio-frequency (RF) chip specialist Rafael Microelectronics expects to post substantial sales and profit increases sequentially in the third quarter, with the growth momentum likely to carry on in the fourth.
  • Dell Taiwan president Terence Liao
    Dell opened its first flagship retail store in Taiwan on July 4. Located in Taipei, the store will be promoting its PC and monitor products ranging from consumer, gaming to enterprise devices. Meanwhile, Acer also established a flagship retail store in Kaohsiung, southern Taiwan that will begin operation...
  • Samsung Electronics has announced its earnings guidance for the second quarter of 2019, disclosing that its operating profit for the period reached KRW6.5 trillion (US$US$5.5 billion), down 56% from the year-ago level of KRW14.87 trillion.
  • In the first quarter of 2019, the smart home market in Europe grew 23.9%, reaching 21.3 million units shipped to the region, according to IDC. Western Europe is responsible for 88.3% of the region share, but Central and Eastern Europe had the biggest increase of 31.2% on year.
  • Electronic shelf label (ESL) provider SES-imagotag is expected to see its shipments of ESL products grow 30% in 2019 and continue to expand 50% in 2020, buoyed by its marketing efforts in Asia and other regions, according to industry sources.
  • foxconn
    Foxconn Technology Group has established complete 8K+5G ecosystems, marking another big step forward in the group's development roadmaps beyond cloud computing, mobile devices, IoT, big data, smart living and robots, according to Lu Fang-ming, chairman of Foxconn's telecom arm Asia Pacific Telecom...
  • Terry Gou has stepped down as chairman of Foxconn Technology Group to facilitate his bid for Taiwan's presidency, handing over the reins to a collective management by a nine-member committee.
  • innolux
    Flat panel maker Innolux has said that it has set up a new TV assembly line in Taiwan aiming to help clients mitigate the impact of rising US tariffs on Chinese imports, according to company president James Yang.
  • Despite the prospect of the US-China trade tensions further driving down DRAM pricing in the second half of the year, vendors continue to advance their technology for the memory. On another front in the semiconductor sector,...
  • E-paper solution provider E Ink Holdings (EIH) remains positive about its sales and earnings outlook for 2019 as it moves to enhance its deployments in the smart city, smart retailing, education and logistics sectors despite the ongoing US-China trade dispute, according to company president Johnson...
  • wistron
    Moving out of China seems to be an irreversible trend for many IT products manufacturers at the moment. But where are they relocating? For Wistron, India is a key destination; for HHD vendors, their contract manufacturers are converging...
  • Sharp promoting laser projectors in Taiwan
    Sharp has introduced nine models of its laser projectors into the Taiwan market targeting the B2B commercial segment.
  • The gaming monitor market sees fierce competition
    Gaming monitor shipments are expected to rise by over 40% on year in 2019 as gaming brands and traditional monitor vendors have been competing aggressively in a market segment that promises high growth, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.
  • Instead of releasing new 8K and ultra large-size OLED TVs to ramp up its TV sales in the Taiwan market as its competitors Samsung Electronics and Sony have done so in 2019, LG Electronics has adopted a different approach by launching mainstream 4K models to compete head-to-head with its rivals in the...
  • ComQi, a wholly-owned subsidiary of AU Optronics (AUO), has unveiled an all-in-one digital signage solution using Intel Smart Display Module (Intel SDM) architecture.

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