A breakthrough and a pioneering error correction technique in the data transmission process, possibly holds a key to the future of non-volatile memories in next-generation of computers. Termed as Spin-torque transfer magnetic random access memory (STT-MRAM), the improved error correction technique in STT-MRAM showed increased tolerance towards fluctuations in electrical resistance of devices, which could aid in smoother device manufacturing process and super-fast device boot-up times. And STT-MRAM promises scalability and cost-efficiency.
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@SuhaniGupta Hello Suhani, thanks for writing in. An LED display technically does not improve the poor viewing angles as seen on LCDs. LED displays come in WhiteLED (WLED) and RGB LED. What you’ve demonstrated in the video is an WhiteLED screen which uses ‘white backlighting’. This is a reason why you notice a whiter screen, rather than pitch black or black. The reality is that there aren’t significant differences between LED and LCD, apart from very few, none of which ‘drastically’ affect your viewing experience.
Your curiosity is justified, since there isn’t clear information available anywhere and with the poorly named products, the confusion caused to savvy consumers like you is apparent.
@sabergeek I appreciate the information. Thank you so much.