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Samsung ‘See-through’ displays heading to market (video)

Transparent LCDs will be hitting the mass market very soon.  While the technology won’t apply to the standard consumer, they’ll be utilized largely for product displays since a physical object can sit behind the screen and still be visible while images and graphics are displayed in front of it.

Word is that Samsung’s 22-inch transparent display has gone into mass production, which uses 90% less energy than a standard LED display, and boasts a 1680×150 resolution, 500:1 contrast ratio, USB and HDMI inputs.
Here’s a clip of this cool display technology…….

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