Although several companies have shown off prototype VGA screens that are less than 3 inches when measured diagonally, Casio now has bragging rights for creating the smallest of them all.
Last year, Sharp made headlines when it began demonstrating a prototype of a 2.6-inch 640-by-480-pixel (VGA) screen.
In August, Samsung showed off its 2.6-inch VGA display, and announced that this LCD is going into production in December.
Now, according to JCNnetwork, Casio has announced it has a prototype VGA screen that is just 2.2 inches. The company used Hyper Amorphous Silicon TFT (HAST) LCD technology to give this display a resolution of 368 pixels per inch (ppi).
Casio isn't willing to say when this product will go into production.
More information is available on Casio's web site (Japanese).
Thanks to Engadget for the tip.
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