What's the difference between non-laminated screen and full-laminated screen?

Compared to non-laminated screens, full-laminated screens have the following advantages:

  1. Effectively reduces parallax and brings the pen tip closer to the cursor, allowing for more accurate positioning.
  2. There is no air gap between the top glass and LCD, which can reduce the reflection, reduce the loss of light, thereby improving the brightness, and presenting the pictures with higher quality. 
  3. The screen will no longer gather dust and water vapor, which can enhance the service life of the product.


Why does a full-laminated screen have these advantages? It is because in traditional non-laminated screens, there is an air gap between the LCD screen and the protective glass. While in full-laminated screens the air gap is eliminated by using transparent OCA (Optically Clear Adhesive), which can reduce the reflection between the display panel and the glass, it also can reduce the loss of transmitted light, thus improving the brightness and making the screen display more transparent and high-quality realistic.

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