CES 2009

LG LH95 claimed World’s Thinnest LCD, set to reveal at CES 2009

LG LH95 claimed World’s Thinnest LCD, set to reveal at CES 2009

We love this time of the year taking stock of newest and greatest displays get ready for CES 2009. LG for instance, has unveiled ultra high contrast with million-value rating Trumotion 480Hz panel and a 24-inch monitor for CES 2009, here’s another with two million to one contrast ratio LCD with World’s thinnest title to boost.

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LG Trumotion 480Hz LCD panel set for CES 2009

LG Trumotion 480Hz LCD panel set for CES 2009

LG's 1,000,000:1 contrast HDTV isn't the only LCD wonder they're planning to demonstrate at CES next week.  Unable to keep it to themselves for another seven days, the company has announced the world's first "Trumotion 480Hz" panel, a combination of LG's existing 240Hz technology with a new backlight capable of being rapidly switched on and off. 

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LG GD910 3G cellphone watch coming to CES before European launch

LG GD910 3G cellphone watch coming to CES before European launch

LG have confirmed that their 3G cellphone watch, the LG GD910, is going into production.  The concept was originally demonstrated as a concept at CES 2008 in January, but will be among the products on-show by the company at CES 2009 next month.  In addition to 7.2 Mbps HSDPA compatibility, the GD910 has a 1.43-inch touchscreen and a front-mounted camera for video calls or still/video capture.

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HP planning to ‘re-landscape high performance computing’ at CES 2009

Given that for the last couple of months our inbox has been full of companies screaming at us that they're bringing "the next big thing" to CES in January, maybe I should be more cautious about Rahul Sood's hints for what HP are planning to unveil.  Then again, as Chief Technology Officer for the HP Global Voodoo Business Unit, Sood certainly sits at the helm of some of the more interesting hardware the company puts out.  So when he says to expect something with "the potential of re-landscaping the high performance computing space", our collective ears prick up.

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