Intel's displays run on one what?

Subject: General Tech | June 6, 2018 - 02:15 PM |
Tagged: Intel, display, low wattage, Low Power Display Technology, computex 2018

Intel is not just showing off powerful chips which require a 1HP cooler, they are also demonstrating new kit requiring very low power.  Their Low Power Display Technology reduces the power consumed by your screen by about 50%, assuming it is powered by Intel graphics.  The demonstration was conducted on a Dell XPS 13 and has extended the battery life to 24 hours, with other models capable of reaching 28 hours. 

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"Intel today staged its annual keynote at Taiwan’s Computex tech-fest and revealed a new “Low Power Display Technology” that the company said can halve the power consumption of a laptop’s screen."

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June 7, 2018 | 02:56 AM - Posted by Gregor (not verified)

Some details about HOW they achieve it would be nice.
Have they designed a more power efficient display interface? Have they developed improved designs for display controller subsystems, which they're licensing to OEMs?

June 8, 2018 | 05:29 AM - Posted by Martin (not verified)

Yeah, HOW is the question here.
I wonder if they are playing with dynamic refresh frequency?

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