Viewing angle enhancements can be added onto your panel to provide a more comfortable viewing cone, the area in which the monitor can be seen. All twisted nematic (TN) displays can be upgraded to a super wide view panel and still maintain industrial grade performance with SmarterGlass’ bonding process.
Are you struggling to see your screen in the sun, only to go inside and have an equally difficult time indoors? Backlighting is a necessity for most panels, with most environments having enough ambient light to render your screen unreadable.
Cover glass is a thin layer of material placed and bonded over a display panel, with a variety of uses. It comes in any number of standard see-through (optically clear) materials, such as glass, polycarbonate, plastic, plexiglass, or acrylic, each with a variety of benifits. Glass is standard for regular TFT LCD screens; AMOLED screens with flexibility may require a flexible plastic instead. Acrylic provides a more shatter-proof experience (but cannot be cleaned by isopropyl alcohol: it will attack the surface and dissolve the polymer chains of the acrylic plastics).
Laptops have a variety of different uses and applications, and are designed from the start to reflect their purpose. This isn’t only true for internal hardware however; the screen itself is designed with either a transmissive, reflective, or transflective screen surface, each with its own advantages and disadvantages.