White on blue LCD module

September 2005
Electronics Weekly;9/21/2005, Issue 2210, p36
Trade Publication
Product Review
Evaluates a range of character and graphics displays with long-life white light emitting diode (LED) backlights from Plus Opto. Features of the display systems; Use of LEDs to move away from traditional yellow/green liquid crystal display screens to high contrast white on blue to differentiate product aesthetics.


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