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Sharp is proposing one of the most interesting display ideas I have heard yet with their DualView LCD.  The DualView LCD displays two different screens depending on viewing angle.  That is brilliantly simple, isn’t it?  This could be great technology for incorporating into mini-notebooks that would […]

Sharp is proposing one of the most interesting display ideas I have heard yet with their DualView LCD.  The DualView LCD displays two different screens depending on viewing angle.  That is brilliantly simple, isn’t it?  This could be great technology for incorporating into mini-notebooks that would have your main display when viewed head-on and another completely different screen when viewed from the side.  Double the real estate with no hardware penalty.  Brilliant.

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(Sharp via Akihabara News)

  1. hi!

    It sure is a very innovative step but I fear that its application on desktops and laptops wont be that practical. Either the user have to move himself or he has to move the monitor/laptops sideways to view the other screen, and that I think wont be that comfortable.

    The one place where I see its use is in tablets, ppcs and pdas, where it will be easier for the user to change the angle of the device without to much effort. I think Sharp should have first released this technology in a handheld device.

    Fahad

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  2. I’d like to see this TV’s :).

    I’m wondering how they have thought up a solution for the user input though…

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  3. I AM LOOKING FOR A LCD SCREEN FOR MY TOSHIBA E755 POCKET PC, THE OLD ONE SEEMS TO BE MADE BY SHARP, IF YOU COULD HIT ME BACK WITH INFO ON WHERE, HOW AND HOW MUCH I CAN GET THIS LET ME KNOW

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