New Online Resource Provides Data On Over 1000 LCD Panels

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PanelX.Com Launched For LCD Monitor Designers & Integrators

Launched today, the first comprehensive online resource for companies designing and building LCD monitor systems. PanelX.Com is a unique free-to-access web database that covers the technical and connectivity details of over 1000 LCD panels.

PanelX.Com is set to become an invaluable reference tool for anyone working with component LCDs. It lists flat panel displays from 38 different manufacturers; including companies such as Sharp, Samsung, LG, NEC, Toshiba, Hitachi and AUO. Providing information on size, resolution, brightness and connectivity.

From VGA to full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution, from 7” to 82” diagonal, from LED backlights to specialist high bright and daylight readable displays - PanelX.Com compares key data from LCD panels dating back over 10 years.

“Whilst a number of companies provide market research and corporate news for the LCD industry, until the arrival of PanelX.Com there has been nowhere to go and compare panel information and data,” comments James Henry, CEO of Digital View. “With over 15 years experience helping companies build specialist display solutions for industrial, transport, broadcast and defense applications - at Digital View we understand the various challenges involved working with LCD components. We are proud to sponsor PanelX.Com and to provide connectivity details to our range of LCD interface and LCD driver card products’.

Also in development for the PanelX website is a directory of manufacturers and their sales channels. This is combined with a blog that will consider many issues relating to panels and how and where to source them (a constant challenge for display system designers).

PanelX.Com’s objective is to stimulate growth in the LCD display market by helping companies through the initial decision making process. See http://www.panelx.com

About PanelX
PanelX is a web based service with an international focus. It is in the early stages of development and will continue to add to its resources that over time will accumulate to being a valuable reference for display system builders.

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For more information, contact: Richard Cobbold rcobbold[at]digitalview[dot]com

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