Intel aims to fix battery woes with low power LCD tech

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Nowadays, it is a very tough challenge for the tech industry to keep exploring the ways through which they can be able to provide a standard product with good and long battery life.

According to reports, Intel has recently developed a machine and named it as “Low Power Display Technology”, which aims to target power-consuming parts of most devices.

Apparently, the company has been co-engineering the technology and has already tested on a one-watt panel powered by Sharp and Innolux.

Which allows the company to claim, that it has the capacity to cut LCD power consumption by half.

According to today’s report, Gregory Bryant of Intel along with his team has posted a video featuring Dell System working utilizing this panel.

And, according to them, the video is looped for around 25 hours. Which means that this brand new technology will extend the battery life of laptops to more four to eight hours and it will be amazing to see.

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