AU Optronics is showcasing a full portfolio of advanced large-sized display technologies and products in the upcoming Touch Taiwan 2016 event, including edge-to-edge bezel-less ALCD TV displays in the TV Wall Zone, and 8K4K ultra high resolution edge-to-edge bezel-less curved TV displays.

The 65-inch and 75-inch edge-to-edge bezel-less ALCD TV displays utilise AUO's self-developed GOA (Gate on Array) technology and bezel-less production method to lower the number of display driver ICs, while expanding the field of view. Meanwhile, various technologies such as UHD 4K (3840pi x 2160pi) ultra high resolution, next-generation wide colour gamut, 4000R golden curvature, and HDR (High Dynamic Range) have been adopted together. The display’s backlight can be controlled in zones to achieve higher contrast through local dimming.

AUO will also exhibit—for the first time—the 8K4K ultra high resolution TV display technology, realising the most intricate picture quality that is 16 times the resolution of full HD. The display features 4000R golden curvature, edge-to-edge bezel-less design, and REC 2020 90%, the new colour gamut broadcasting standard published by the ITU for ultra high resolution (4K & 8K) displays, while the display’s super slim direct LED backlight structure enables the module to be only 20mm thick.

AUO's 55-inch full HD extreme narrow bezel video wall display adopts the world's leading extreme narrow bezel technology. When the displays are assembled together, the adjoining bezel is only 1.8mm wide. By enhancing the design of backlight module, AUO significantly reduced the panel's power consumption to achieve 30% higher energy efficiency than other similar products in the market.

In terms of gaming displays, AUO has developed the world's first 27-inch gaming monitor panel with 144Hz refresh rate and UHD 4K ultra high resolution combines extremely delicate image details and dynamic motion flow, supporting professional gamers to become more invincible than ever in games.

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