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  • The power consumption in field-sequential LCDs has so far not been much differentfrom conventional color LCDs with the same luminance. This can be attributed to thefact that the gain in optical efficiency (see Fig.7.7) in the display glass is offset by morepower consumption in the electronics for higher refresh rate, image processing, and theneed for R, G, and B LEDs and their synchronized flashing.
  • The power consumption in field-sequential LCDs has so far not been much differentfrom conventional color LCDs with the same luminance. This can be attributed to thefact that the gain in optical efficiency (see Fig.7.7) in the display glass is offset by morepower consumption in the electronics for higher refresh rate, image processing, and theneed for R, G, and B LEDs and their synchronized flashing.
  • The power consumption in field-sequential LCDs has so far not been much differentfrom conventional color LCDs with the same luminance. This can be attributed to thefact that the gain in optical efficiency (see Fig.7.7) in the display glass is offset by morepower consumption in the electronics for higher refresh rate, image processing, and theneed for R, G, and B LEDs and their synchronized flashing.
  • The power consumption in field-sequential LCDs has so far not been much differentfrom conventional color LCDs with the same luminance. This can be attributed to thefact that the gain in optical efficiency (see Fig.7.7) in the display glass is offset by morepower consumption in the electronics for higher refresh rate, image processing, and theneed for R, G, and B LEDs and their synchronized flashing.
  • The power consumption in field-sequential LCDs has so far not been much differentfrom conventional color LCDs with the same luminance. This can be attributed to thefact that the gain in optical efficiency (see Fig.7.7) in the display glass is offset by morepower consumption in the electronics for higher refresh rate, image processing, and theneed for R, G, and B LEDs and their synchronized flashing.
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