At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), held in early January, LG will introduce various panels based on the AH-IPS technology. These panels will be featured in smartphones, tablets, laptops and large televisions. AH-IPS, or Advanced High Performance In-Plane Switching, is LG's proprietary technology and is a special version of IPS which offer better colour reproduction, is capable of handling greater pixel densities and is more efficient overall.Amongst the introductions at CES will be a professional 30-inch monitor with a 4K resolution (4096x2160 pixels), as well as a Full HD 5.5-inch panel for smartphones and a 12.9-inch laptop screen with 2560x1700 pixels. Additionally, 55-inch, 65-inch and 85-inch televisions will be showcased, with a UHD-resolution of 3840x2160 pixels and support for the FPR stereo-3D technology. Lastly, a 7-inch display for tablets will be on display, with a 1920x1200 pixel resolution (324 ppi).
The Neo-Blade series, which revolves around extra thin bezels, will also be shown at the conference. This line consists of a 23.8-inch monitor, 13.3-inch panel with bezels of under 2 millimetre and a 4.7-inch screen for smartphones with an edge of about 1 millimetre.
LG recently introduced the EA93 monitor, also with an AH-IPS panel