What is Optical Bonding?
Optical Bonding is a term which refers to the adhesion of a display's cover glass and LCD panel.
What does Optical Bonding do?
Unbonded displays have what is referred to as an "air gap" between the cover glass and panel's LCD surface. This gap creates a number of issues related to optical and touch performance.
- Optically bonded displays are typically more impact resistant
- Bonding eliminates the risk of foreign material between the panel and glass.
- The parallax experienced in air-gap displays is reduced significantly.