Litemax Launches New Website: Improved Navigation and Enhanced Search Capability for Better User Experience

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Taipei, Taiwan, August 1, 2016 – Litemax Electronics, a leader in enabling intelligent vertical market platforms for industrial displays and computing, invites all visitors to explore its new corporate website. Both Industrial Display Division and Industrial Computing Division (formerly WynMax Technologies) now share the same, consistent website visual and database. Designed to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience with improved navigation and enhanced search capability throughout, Litemax new corporate website now offers a quick and intuitive access to its versatile product line, allowing visitors to easily understand Litemax’s comprehensive range of industrial display and computing solutions. The beta site is scheduled to go live on August 1, 2016.

“We are very excited to announce the launch of our newly designed website,” said Dr. IJ Lee, Chairman of Litemax. “As an industry leader, it’s important for us to make information regarding solutions, services and trends easily accessible for our current and prospective customers. We endeavor to provide customers with the most accurate, up-to-date contents and share our knowledge and expertise in the field of industrial display and computing.”

New website features include:

  • Product comparison: visitors are now able to compare all models within the same type of a product category for a complete overview of the differences between each model and what is the most suitable for project spec-in
  • Product selector: visitors now able to access all products across both business units by selecting specific specifications, from panel sizes to CPU platforms, temperature ranges to waterproof capabilities
  • Product filter: visitors are now able to filter searchers much faster with all the most popular specifications laid out at the first layer of navigation
  • Responsive web design (RWD): visitors are now able to enjoy the same, consistent website content across multiple mobile devices

Litemax plans to offer additional language sites later this year, fully translated into Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, German and more.

If you experience any problems using the new website or if you have any questions, please contact us at


About Litemax

Founded in 2000, Litemax Electronics (stock code: 4995) has grown from pioneering the sunlight readable, high brightness industrial display market to one of the global leaders in intelligent vertical market platforms. Our technology and innovation can be found in our high-performing, ultra-efficient solutions for transportation, industrial, marine, digital signage, rugged portable and data mining. By merging WynMax, a well-known IPC designer, in 2016, we provide industrial motherboards, box PCs, panel PCs and various other industrial computing solutions. Litemax has developed a global operation infrastructure with extensive marketing and distribution channel relationships, and our products are available through leading distributors and retailers in over sixty countries worldwide. For more information, please visit and

Seen on Embedded Computing: Bring the future to the present with outdoor display walls

LCD walls are becoming popular as a futuristic solution in both system design and construction. Take for example, The Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas, where the visual experience is transformed and elevated, with the lobby covered mostly with immersive displays broadcasting high-definition video contents. It becomes immediately apparent that this hotel is different from the competition.

While display walls can be an excellent investment for indoor advertising, from retailers to theaters, hotels to casinos, outdoor advertising is a target as well. Taking an indoor display wall outside is as easy as designing the system with an LED-backlit LCD sunlight readable display. Such a display uses LED backlighting instead of the cold cathode fluorescent (CCFL) backlighting. Traditional LCDs use CCFLs as their backlight. While cheap, they’re not as energy efficient as LEDs. Two common LED-backlighting technologies are:

Edge-lit LEDs, where the LEDs are formed around the rim of the screen, using a special diffusion panel to spread the light evenly behind the display. For display walls, this technology is rare due to the slim bezel design on the edge.
Full-array LEDs, where the LEDs are formed on the entire back of the LCD panel, lighting it up from behind.

Full article: Bring the future to the present with outdoor display walls