International Display Works manufactures many different types of nematics which are a main component in the LCD television. These include twisted nematic, high performance twisted nematic, super-twisted nematic, color super-twisted nematic, and film compensated super-twisted nematic LCDs.
LCD screens are used in many products, including calculators, watches, cellular telephones, washing machines, office equipment, hand held computers, automotive equipment, and medical electronics.
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