Plasma, LCDs set to take on CRTs

Liquid crystal displays (LCDs) and plasma display panels are at the threshold of penetrating the stationary display applications market, traditionally dominated by cathode ray tubes, according to a new report from Stanford Resources Inc. of San Jose, Calif. The report, entitled Flat Information Displays, says LCDs continue to be revenue leaders in the flat panels market and will challenge CRT-based PC and workstation monitor markets with a variety of sizes from 12 inches to 40 inches by the year

Liquid crystal displays (LCDs) and plasma display panels are at the threshold of penetrating the stationary display applications market, traditionally dominated by cathode ray tubes, according to a new report from Stanford Resources Inc. of San Jose, Calif. The report, entitled Flat Information Displays, says LCDs continue to be revenue leaders in the flat panels market and will challenge CRT-based PC and workstation monitor markets with a variety of sizes from 12 inches to 40 inches by the year 2003. Plasma displays will challenge the market by delivering CRT-like performance in several screen sizes. Today plasma display engineers are developing 26-, 42-, 55-, and 70-inch screens for television sets. The report addresses flat panel display technology, market analysis, strategic outlook, and flat panel supplier profiles. For more information contact Tim Carli at Stanford Resources by phone at 408-448-4440 or by fax at 408-448-4445. - J.K.

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