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To: N. Dixon who wrote (28886)11/8/2019 1:06:34 AM
From: wallstreetbull  Respond to of 30042
Sure but on those applications spd is not needed as they want the glass to remain transparent.

To: N. Dixon who wrote (28886)11/8/2019 10:47:02 AM
From: firstresponder  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 30042
Look at what LG has done with what they call "AR film
I'm thinking the AR refers to '"anti-reflection" mentioned in entry #9 under the Panel specs:Surface Treatment (Haze) Hard Coating (2H), Anti-reflection Treatment of the Front Polarizer."

But I love the mention of polarizer :-).

ETA: This video shows the circular polarizer films some manufacturers use with OLED screens. Draw your own conclusions about the benefits of switching to SPD.