Sharp has begun sampling the first ever 15.6-inch 4K2K displays for notebooks, using the company's IGZO technology and delivering a whopping 2,840 x 2,160 resolution that some suspect will turn up in the 2014 MacBook Pro. The new panels, Sharp says, run at 282 ppi compared to the current mass-produced maximum of around 235 ppi from a 3,200 x 1,800 display.
LG Electronics has announced a pair of new computer displays that gamers and professionals alike will appreciate called the EA73 and LN450W. These two displays are very unique in that they support UltraWide 21:9 aspect ratio and have 29-inch screen sizes. The idea is to give users a wider monitor that allows more content to be displayed on the screen at once.
The smartphone market will be seeing a curved handset soon, with Samsung announcing plans to take the wraps of a smartphone with a curved display next month. The announcement was made a bit ago by the Korean company's head of strategic marketing in its mobile business D.J. Lee, who just revealed the information at a Galaxy Note 3 launch event in Seoul.
Along with a collection of high-powered mobile workstations, HP has this week revealed a couple of workhorse monitors in the HP Z27i and Z30i. These machines are made for content creators - that's designers, builders, and "knowledge workers" as HP suggests, working in the enterprise and art worlds. Those in need of "exceptional" adjustability, image accuracy to the max, and "mission-critical" reliability: these might just be the beasts for you.
Just as Apple is set to show of their next round of iPhone devices with 4-inch displays - like the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, for example - word has it that they're in testing with handsets as large as 6-inches. A report from the the Wall Street Journal today suggests that sources familiar with the matter have informed them of Apple testing displays for iPhones anywhere from 4.8-inches all the way up to 6-inches diagonally. This would place Apple squarely up against the likes of the HTC One (with it's 4.7-inch display) and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (with it's 5.7-inch display) for a battle that wont begin until next year (at the very soonest).
Samsung's Galaxy S 4 may have a great Super AMOLED display out of the box, but it's overkill for ereading duties and, E Ink would argue, isn't really best suited to browsing through ebooks. Enter PocketBook's accessory case for the Galaxy S 4, a fold-out case complete with a 4.8-inch e-paper screen on the inside of the cover. The concept is simple: browse to a book you want to read on the phone, and then flip it over to the e-paper display for low-power reading.
E Ink has been making some the most popular digital paper screens on the market for a number of years. Screens from this company have turned up in many of the most popular digital readers around. E Ink has today unveiled its next-generation electronic ink display technology called Carta.
Cinematic viewing, enhanced productivity, and clear communication. Those are the words that best describe Lenovo's new ThinkVision LT2934z, a new massive 29-inch monitor that will not only meet your every multitasking need but also give a viewing experience that might just put your LCD monitor to shame.
HP has unveiled a new computer display today that has a lot of adjustability built-in and lots of technology as well. The display is called the HP EliteDisplay E221c 21.5-inch Webcam LED backlit Monitor. The IPS technology gives the screen wide viewing angles and the integrated webcam makes videoconferencing easy.