TCL’s CSOT subsidiary that is known for its displays has shown off two new screens with a refresh rate as high as 240Hz. The displays were on exhibition at the second International Display Expo (UDE2020) held at the Shanghai New International Expo Center.
One of the displays is a 32-inch curved gaming monitor. It has a 240Hz refresh rate and has support for Free-Sync and G-Sync. It has a curvature if R1500 and meets VESA’s HDR 1400 certification requirement.
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CSOT also showcased a 10.8-inch LCD display with a 240Hz refresh rate. The screen has a punch hole at the top left corner and a resolution of 2560 x 1600. TCL says it also has a 2ms touch response speed. The display should be great for high-performance tablets with a powerful processor and pretty large battery capacity.
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TCL hasn’t said anything about which manufacturers are signed up for the displays but we won’t be surprised if they appear in products later this year. For the 10.8-inch screen, that may get fewer clients seeing as there are only a handful of manufacturers that still make tablets.
Having a high-refresh-rate is the cool thing now, especially if you are making products for gamers. Manufacturers are churning out both mid-range and flagship phones with refresh rates that go as high as 144Hz. The trend is expected to continue for the foreseeable future.
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