LG's display subsidiary is promising drastically thinner, lighter touchscreens that will be ready for notebooks later this year. With full HD (1080p) resolution, the Advanced In-Cell Touch (AIT) screens substitute an touchpanel layer for a touch sensor built into the LCD itself — that's what makes it thin. It's the same tech found in smartphones like LG's own G4, but this is the first time it's bee sacked up to laptops.Thickness savings will be around 25 percent, while weight reductions could be as much as 35 percent compared to typical laptop touchscreen. That reduction in layers also translates to less light reflection, which LG Display reckons will make the new displays brighter and clearer. The company plans to roll out multiple screen sizes, with stylus-compatible models also on the way. If these screens are going to shave the profile of your next Ultrabook even further, there might be no other choice but to go with a few of those oh-so-slender USB-C ports.