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A screen, also known as an electronic visual display, is a display tool used to present images, text, or videos that have been conveyed electronically without leaving a permanent record. Televisions, computer monitors, and digital signage are examples of electronic visual displays.
According to the aforementioned definition, an overhead projector and the screen it projects text, images, or videos onto could both be considered electronic visual displays since they are used to present images, plain text, or videos that have been transmitted electronically without creating a permanent record.
They are also widely used in devices for mobile computing, including tablets, smartphones, and information appliances.
The information presented on electronic visual displays can either be viewed directly (direct view display) or projected onto a screen (transmissive or reflective screen). This typically occurs at a certain magnification with smaller displays.
The Global electronic display resin market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Electrolube, a leading maker of electro-chemicals, introduced five important new resin products for the automotive, electronics, and LED industries.
The market-leading resin products from Electrolube, which are available in Hall A6, stand 214, are created and formulated to maximise electronic circuit protection.
This ensures the durability and dependability of devices, which in turn helps to protect the clients’ brands.
The company’s portfolio of epoxy resins includes a range of clear, white, and black single- and two-part products with a number of advantageous properties to satisfy needs from dipping to potting and sealing.
These properties include exceptional electrical and thermal characteristics, flame retardancy, and resistance to chemicals and fuels.
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