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The term Organic Light Emitting Diode, or OLED, refers to a more recent display technology that has many benefits over more conventional LCD screens. An OLED panel has greater refresh rates, which is one of its most notable performance benefits.
OLED displays don’t require a separate panel for illumination, therefore they don’t experience the lag that traditional LCD displays have, which sometimes results in motion blur. Wider viewing angles and quicker refresh rates are additional outcomes of this.
OLED screens, and thus OLED tablets, can be thinner and lighter due to the absence of an additional backlighting panel. That is unquestionably and clearly a good thing. OLED displays are able to produce colours that are brighter and more realistically contrasted with greater black levels.
The Global Tablet OLED Display 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.
One of Lenovo’s Xiaoxin Pad Pro models has begun to be distributed. The OEM has already made it very apparent that this model is intended for customers who may otherwise be tempted to choose entry-level iPads with an updated design and colours like Green Plume, Amber, and Smoky Haze.
In terms of its 10-bit colour, 1,920Hz PWM dimming, and current TÜV eye-protection standards, Lenovo employs the 2.5K panel. This most recent tablet in the Xiaoxin series will have a diagonal length of 11.2 inches.
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