Read up on what we’re thinking about the world of displays.
What is LCD 2.0?
The next generation of LCD technology is here, and it’s frontlit. Here’s what you need to know about Azumo’s frontlit reflective LCD module.
Memory-in-Pixel Is Attracting Attention
Azumo discusses the advantages of Memory-in-Pixel (MIP) displays with Reflective LCDs within medical, industrial and consumer electronics industries.
Display Technology Goes Outside
Azumo has created an ultrathin front light that allows a Reflective LCD to work in direct sunlight so you can take your technology outside.
Electronic Recycling Tips
There are several reasons to recycle old electronics, like that VCR from 1985, laying around…
2020 Trends: The Rapid Evolution of Reflective Device Display
Azumo discusses how RLCDs have evolved and significant 2020 trends in reflective device display, including foldable technology, sunlight readability and more.
Edge Computing: Power Challenges and Opportunities for Device Makers
Edge computing, like the driverless cars of the future or today’s iPhone, which stores biometric data on the device rather than in the cloud, create significant challenges and opportunities, such as power consumption.
Webinar: What’s Next for Display Technology
A lively discussion on display technology trends with the CEO of Azumo, Mike Casper, and the Co-founder & President of DSCC, Bob O'Brien.
How Azumo Prepares for 5g Power Consumption
With 5G around the corner, our data needs will grow exponentially. Learn how devices can find savings in their display with Azumo Front Light Panel.
Guidelines for Driving Front Light LED
We discuss LED integration into a circuit design and the need to know guidelines for driving front light LED.
Azumo Introduces New Ultra-Thin Light Panel for Electric Vehicles
We demonstrate our new ultra-thin light panel for electric vehicles at the International Symposium for Automotive Lighting in Germany.
The Evolution of Device Display Technology
See how the LED dominated display for decades and how the industry is finally moving away from it.