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Research and Markets: In-Depth Curved (LCD/OLED) TV Analysis Report 2014 - Market, Technology, Process, Product

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vdjhdl/[in_depth]_curved) has announced the addition of the "[In Depth] Curved (LCD/OLED) TV Analysis - Market, Technology, Process, Product" report to their offering.

Until early 2010, the touch panel market was open for many mid-size companies in Taiwan, Korea, Japan, and China. Most producers were producing small quantities of touch panels in various designs depending on customers' demand.

However, the market entered major growth in early 2010, including not only color filter producers but also large-scale panel makers that joined the touch panel business because the panel producers needed a momentum for growth.

The main reason was the flat panel display producers needed a new growth momentum due to negative growth in the LCD display market while the demand for over 10-inch products, such as notebook PCs, AIO PCs, and monitors with touch panels increased rapidly. Thus, the touch panel standardization also progressed. With the standardization of touch panels, the component producers like color filter lines or In-Cell production facilities are nurturing the touch panel business, which can raise significant profits by satisfying customers' needs for a few designs in mass quantity.

The touch panel business goes to large-scale businesses while mid-small size businesses try to survive. The touch panel market is expected to show stable and strong growth rate from 2012 to 2017.

The flat panel display industry expects that more film type touch panel sensors will be integrated in flat panels because in 2014 the cost will be less than for glass type touch sensor panels. However, the biggest market for touch panel sensor has been the smartphone segment and now the smartphone market is at its maturity, so Samsung Electronics and Apple are expected to focus on the tablet market with product differentiation. Based on tablet product positioning, the touch panel types-On-Cell, In-Cell and GFF-will apply to the tablet PCs.

Features

- The report includes an insightful touch panel technology forecast.

- The report is prepared for studying the basics of touch technology, including up-to-date market and technology status and forecast

- The report will guide readers based on three parts of analysis of the technologies and devices.

-- Touch Panel's structure and operation fundamental and touch panels' characteristics of structures.

-- Analysis by touch panel's structure, characteristics and patents: GF2 Touch, GF1 Touch Panel, OGS Touch Panel, Flexible Display type Touch Sensor, large touch panel's characteristics, structure, production process and patents are covered in this report.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Touch Panel Market forecast

2. Overview of Projected Capacitive Touch Panel

3. GF2 Touch

4. GF1 Touch Panel

5. OGS Touch Panel

6. Flexible Display Touch Sensor

7. Large Size Touch Panel

8. Touch Panel Technology Development Forecast

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