LCD Panel Hypergrowth Continues

Some new research from Quixel shows how LCD panel hypergrowth continues — and how revenue is holding up despite falling prices. The latter is largely a function of the people’s shift to ever-higher panel sizes in the face of falling prices.

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Comments

  1. Andi says:

    From Associated Press February 9, 2007:
    “Corning expects its total first-quarter LCD glass volume to decline sequentially between 10 percent and 15 percent from the fourth quarter, while first-quarter LCD glass pricing is expected to fall 1 percent to 2 percent.”
    The GLW price is edging down again, give me a pull-back!
    It just kills me that I sold off before their 4Q reports…

  2. Lukas says:

    Yes thats really huge is there any table showing most pouplar sizes ? I think 20´´ plus will be normal in a few years and it will push out TVs with plasma flat screens…but maybe not if they will be able to create laser technlogy for same price….who knows

  3. MSC says:

    So as long as the prices keep falling, people keep spending more dollars/panel? Can you say rational agent?