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Trident introduces 5" VGA display from Hitachi.

Worldwide Computer Products News-7 January 2009-Trident introduces 5" VGA display from Hitachi(C)1995-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD

Trident, part of the Abacus Group plc and a distributor of displays, interface kits and other electronics, has announced the introduction of a 5" VGA display from Japanese electronics company Hitachi Ltd (NYSE:HIT), featuring an LED backlight.

According to the company, the new Hitachi TX13D03VM1CAA 5" VGA TFT display module offers a brightness of 600cd/msq, display uniformity and a contrast ratio of 400:1. The use of an LED backlight in the display allows it to deliver bright, clear images in all lighting conditions and environments. The LED backlight matches the performance of traditional CCFL backlight technologies, but uses less power, is easier to control and lasts longer (70,000 hours).

The new display also includes a built-in timing controller and on board LED backlight and dimming controller. An image flip function allows a display image to be flipped horizontally and vertically, while the 6-bit RGB CMOS data interface allows images with up to 262K colours to be displayed. The display is also available with a touch panel as an optional feature.

The display module measures 119.4mm x 89.1mm x 10.0mm and weighs 114g. It supports operation in extended temperature environments of -20deg C to +70deg C.

No pricing details were disclosed.

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