Syscan to Acquire Nanodisplay for LCoS Technology

Syscan Imaging, a manufacturer of USB-powered portable image scanners, plans to acquire Nanodisplay, which would expand its display group SysView Technology. Nanodisplay has four patents pending surrounding its proprietary methods and technologies that use CNT (Carbon Nano Tube) technology and what the firms say i
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Syscan Imaging, a manufacturer of USB-powered portable image scanners, plans to acquire Nanodisplay, which would expand its display group SysView Technology.
Nanodisplay has four patents pending surrounding its proprietary methods and technologies that use CNT (Carbon Nano Tube) technology and what the firms say is an advanced assembly and integration process. Nanodisplay is in the process of producing a next-generation high-yield LCoS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) chip with full 1080P resolution.

Syscan said in a company statement that also expected with the new process are upgrades configured up to 3, 4 and 7 million pixels. Nanodisplay said the company has resolved key LCoS limitations which will become clear in the near future, and that will affect consumers both in video quality, and in price points derived from advanced factory assembly methods.