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E-ink traffic signs debut in Australia

E-ink traffic signs debut in Australia

The same technology used on the display of your Amazon Kindle is now appearing in traffic signs in Sydney, Australia. While e-ink may not have the same visual punch as the OLED display on a smartphone, the technology is great for its low power consumption and easy visibility in various lighting conditions. That's probably the exact reason the Australian Road and Maritime Services (RMS) has gone with e-ink in traffic signs used for special events, which need to be updated frequently and easily seen by drivers.

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Samsung sets into motion 11K resolution mobile screens

Samsung sets into motion 11K resolution mobile screens

If there's one thing you can't say about Samsung, it's that the Korean manufacturer lacks ambition. Some might claim it even has too much of it. While there are still disbelievers of even just 2K, even more so 4K, resolutions on smartphones, Samsung is already ready to go the extra mile, or in this case extra light year. Korean media reports that it Samsung has just gotten the ball rolling to develop 11K resolution screens for mobile devices that will go out as early as 2018.

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AOC launches budget 28-inch 4k monitor

AOC launches budget 28-inch 4k monitor

If you’ve been pining for a 4k display but haven’t yet found one that’s agreeable with your budget, AOC’s latest offering might be up your alley. The AOC U2870VQE display has a 4k resolution but comes with a price tag that undercuts most of the maker’s competition: $349 USD. The model features a 28-inch display with a 60Hz refresh rate and 3840 x 2160 resolution, 70,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, several input options, and more.

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Vufine Wearable Display connects to anything with 720p HDMI signal

Vufine Wearable Display connects to anything with 720p HDMI signal

Google Glass and similar wearable products have people excited about new gadget types, but the price for the Google Glass wearable is prohibitive to many people. A new wearable display has launched called Vufine that connects to just about any glasses and allows users to take advantage of their smartphone and other devices in a new way. Vufine is able to connect to any device that can output a 720p HDMI signal and puts a display on your glasses similar to Google Glass.

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Sliden’Joy makes your laptop a triple screen workstation

Sliden’Joy makes your laptop a triple screen workstation

Most people who have moved to multiple screens on their desktop computer will tell you that once you go multiple screen it's very hard to go back to a single display. You can use multiple screens on many laptops thanks to video outputs, but that is normally limited to in the home or office use only. A new system has debuted that is called Sliden'Joy and will add two more screens to you notebook that are portable and can be carried with you.

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LG debuts G4-based touchscreen for ultra-thin laptops

LG debuts G4-based touchscreen for ultra-thin laptops

South Korea's LG has just announced a new touchscreen that will allow touch-based laptops to become even thinner and lighter. The new Advanced In-Cell Touch (AIT) panels are actually based on the same technology that used in the display for the LG G4 smartphone, but super-sized and ready to work with laptops before the end of the year. LG says the new displays are roughly 25% thinner and 35% lighter than their existing 15.6-inch touch panels for notebooks.

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BenQ XR3501 35″ curved gaming monitor launches in July

BenQ XR3501 35″ curved gaming monitor launches in July

BenQ has introduced its new XR3501 display, something said to be the first 35-inch curved monitor targeted at gamers. It features a 2000R curvature and a 144Hz refresh rate, and is joined by a high resolution of 2560x1080 to match the demands of PC gamers. The curved display is promised to “consume” the gamer’s visual field, bringing details into one's peripheral vision. It lends a better experience to certain games like flight simulators and racing games, and will be available starting next month.

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Philips 276E6ADS 27-inch monitor achieves 99% Adobe RGB color

Philips 276E6ADS 27-inch monitor achieves 99% Adobe RGB color

Philips has unveiled a new computer monitor and according to the company it is the first quantum dot desktop monitor to be launched anywhere in the world. The display is a 27-inch unit and the big feature is its ability to reproduce Adobe RGB color. According to Philips, the display can reproduce 99% of the Adobe RGB color gamut making it ideal for professional photography and design.

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Viewsonic VX2475Smhl 24-inch 4K monitor boasts 3820 x 2160 resolution

Viewsonic VX2475Smhl 24-inch 4K monitor boasts 3820 x 2160 resolution

Viewsonic has announced that it is now shipping its latest 24-inch 4K resolution monitor called the VX2475Smhl. The multimedia monitor is aimed at all sorts of uses from high resolution gaming to watching HD films. Native resolution for the panel is 3820 x 2160 and Viewsonic uses a SuperClear PLS panel that provides wide viewing angles with a response time of 4ms for clear playback in fast games and movie scenes.

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Holus promises Princess Leia holograms from your phone

Holus promises Princess Leia holograms from your phone

Holographic tabletop platform Holus connects to smartphones, tablets, and PCs to turn 2D content to 3D holograms. This machine uses projection in a pyramid-like structure inside a table-like box that allows you to display and interact with 3D content. Users are able to connect with the machine using full-sized HDMI and/or USB, and connections are supported through several types of smart devices. This is a crowdfunded project for now, but in the first 20 minutes of being on Kickstarter, it's both reached and surpassed it's goal by over 150%.

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