LG Display has commenced mass production of the industry’s first 13-inch Tandem OLED panel for laptops, enhancing its presence in the OLED market with this advanced technology. Introduced by LG Display in 2019, Tandem OLED panels feature dual stacks of red, green, and blue organic light-emitting layers, resulting in superior durability, performance, and efficiency compared to traditional single-layer OLEDs.

Originally used in automotive displays for their reliability and longevity, Tandem OLED technology is now tailored for IT devices requiring extensive screen time, such as laptops, monitors, and tablets. The new 13-inch Tandem OLED panel for laptops boasts double the lifespan and triple the brightness of standard OLEDs while reducing power consumption by up to 40%, making it suitable for high-performance and AI-integrated laptops.

LG Display has optimized the panel’s components and structure, achieving a design that is 40% thinner and 28% lighter than conventional OLED screens, enhancing both portability and aesthetic appeal — The panel also features a high resolution of WQXGA+ (2880×1800) and meets 100% of the DCI-P3 color standard, ensuring vivid and accurate color representation.

Certified as Display HDR True Black 500 by VESA, the panel excels in displaying both bright and dark images with exceptional clarity and depth, closely mimicking natural human vision; Additionally, an embedded touch sensor improves touch performance, providing a precise and sensitive touch experience.

Jae-Won Jang, Vice President and Head of the Medium Display Product Planning Division at LG Display, emphasized the company’s commitment to enhancing the competitiveness of OLED products for IT applications. He highlighted the distinctive advantages of Tandem OLED technology, including its extended lifespan, high brightness, and low power consumption, as key factors in delivering differentiated value to customers.

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