Following their huge success on D7 1080p announcement in August last year, Seiko Epson Corporation unveils two more D7 LCD panels at entry level resolution of 1280x800 to start in production level at mass scale. The L3D05X series 8-type 0.56 and 0.74 type L3D07X-8 series are both high-temperature polysilicon TFT LCD panel that capable to produce high lumens count of 2000-3000 lumens.
For some reason, the people that make the Noahpad have decided to start making their own videos. There will apparently be a series of 6 showing you how things work.
The NEC Display Solutions of America has announced a new series 3 AccuSync displays aimed for multimedia and high performance workhorse at competitive prices. The new line-ups are 17-inch and 19-inch featuring SXGA screen size of 1280x1024, 5ms response time, NaViSetTM user interface control as well as DVI and D-Sub inputs. Both has optional multimedia version with built-in multimedia speakers.
If you are longing for a MacBook Air but disinclined to pre-order it on Apple’s online store, you might be able to swing by Apple store on Wednesday and pick a unit up locally – that is if you are living in an area with Apple retail store nearby.
If you asked me what game I'm most looking forward to this summer, it would have to be Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. The game has so many cool things going for it, as you get to use the Force in ways never even heard of in the Star Wars universe. Just the thought of playing as Darth Vader's secret apprentice brings back the kind of excitement I haven't felt for a Star Wars title since SOE ruined Galaxies. Anyway, hit the jump for an awesome video that gives you a behind-the-scenes look at the physics engines behind the game.
If there was one gaming franchise that was the most notorious for getting people like Jack Thompson up in arms over excessive violence and such, it would be Grand theft Auto. Sure, the first two games passed by mostly unnoticed, however, Grand Theft Auto III and subsequent titles have earned the hatred of parents everywhere. On that wonderful note, I'm happy to inform you that Grand Theft Auto IV now has an official release date.
I'll have to say that one of my favorite times as a gamer was when the Nintendo 64 hit the scene. I was still in school back then, and over the summer I had nothing but time to kill. Thus I spent most of my waking hours playing Goldeneye, Mario Kart 64, Zelda and Turok: Dinosaur Hunter. Turok is one of those games that I really didn't expect to enjoy, and thus surprised me. Unfortunately the sequels haven't quite filled me with the same experience as the original. I'm hoping that the latest installment doesn't disappoint like the previous title.
I'm pretty sure that if you've saved up the cash to buy yourself a PS3 then you're going to want the whole experience, and thus you'll want a DualShock SIXAXIS controller. However, if you don't feel like ponying up another $70 just to get that rumbling sensation (which should have been in all of the controllers to begin with) you have another option. Albeit a strange one.
I wouldn't be surprised if Nintendo changed their motto for the DS to “Gotta Catch 'Em All.” While it's always cool to see some of my favorite gadgets in a multitude of colors, I'm beginning to wonder how long Nintendo is going to stretch out the release of all of these colors. The latest rumor is that we'll be seeing a Cobalt Blue/Black DS Lite sometime in the near future.
If your moods float around in the realm of damp, dour and demonic then you probably would love these new computer accessories. These items will give you that extra bit of evilness in your work area to scare off any nosey co-workers or relatives.