|Reduces power consumption by optimizing intensity of display backlight|
TOKYO - Wednesday, January 30th 2013 [ME NewsWire]
(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO:6502) has launched MIPI-DSI to LVDS interface-converter bridge LSIs with a backlight level controller for LCD displays that are suited to use in mobile devices, such as tablet PCs and UltrabooksTM. The new line-up includes support for panel resolutions up to WUXGA (1920 x 1200) at 24bit/60fps. Samples will be available from March with mass production scheduled to start in August 2013. The new products drastically reduce the power consumption of mobile devices by optimizing the brightness of the LCD display backlighting to meet ambient light conditions. The LSIs are also able to maintain image detail in darker areas of the display by analyzing and processing brightness data in lighter and darker areas of the image.
Reduces mobile device power consumption by optimizing display backlighting to meet ambient light conditions.
Maintains image detail in darker areas of the display by analyzing and processing brightness data in lighter and darker areas of the image.
Reduces LSI power consumption with a 1.8V LVDS operating system.
Maximum 1Gbps/lane link speed MIPI-DSI interface
Maximum 945Mbps/lane link speed LVDS interface
Supports RGB565/666/888 video input formats.
Conversion interface between the main SoC and the LCD of mobile devices, such as tablet PCs and UltrabooksTM.
Maximum resolution support
1600 x 1200 (24bit, 60fps)
1920 x 1200 (24bit, 60fps)
MIPI-DSI input lane
LVDS output link
FBGA49 5mmx5mm, 0.65mm pitch
FBGA64 6mmx6mm, 0.65mm pitch
Mass production schedule
*UltrabookTM is a trademark of Intel Corporation.
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