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Full Entertainment Experience with Lifelike Colors and Ultimate Visual Comfort The IPS7 series uses In-Plane Switching (IPS) panels rather than conventional Twisted Nematic (TN) technology found in most monitors.
The TVs are equipped with in-plane switching (IPS) panels instead of conventional twisted nematic (TN) panels.
At first, it is proven [4-7] that liquid crystals additives to the various lubricants can significantly reduce the friction coefficient of lubricated friction pairs (in isolated cases, when twisted nematic liquid crystals are used as additives, maximum reduction of the friction coefficient of friction pairs is reached 5 times [4, 6], wear of contacting surfaces--20 times  and friction zone temperature--2 times [4, 7] in comparison with additive-free lubricants).
Nam Tai" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that it has received new orders from a leading Japanese manufacturer of automotive equipment to manufacture Color Super Twisted Nematic ("CSTN") LCD panels for its car audio systems.
In its report, Flat Panel Monitor Trends 1999, the San Jose, California-based company says that STN-LCD super twisted nematic technology has now been all but squeezed out of the monitor market by thin firm transistor displays, and that the industry is moving towards a hybrid digital/analog interface that will speed up the transition from analog to digital.
Developed with an extremely cost-efficient design, the Samsung Blue Phase mode does not require liquid crystal alignment layers, unlike today's most widely used LCD modes such as Twisted Nematic, In-Plane Switching or Vertical Alignment.
Makers in Taiwan lead production of twisted nematic/super twisted nematic liquid crystal displays (TN/STN LCDs) -- commonly used in mobile phones, game consoles and other consumer electronic products.
com/cgi-bin/prnh/20040820/RESEARCH ) A typical twisted nematic (TN) liquid crystal display consists of two polarizing filters with their lines arranged perpendicular (at 90 degrees) to each other, which, as described above, would block all light trying to pass through.