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Samsung NX1 firmware 1.3 tackles video recording quality

Samsung NX1 firmware 1.3 tackles video recording quality

It's been a while since we've last heard about the Samsung NX1 and its 4K video capability. And although it has practically been superseded by the NX500 early this year, Samsung hasn't lost love for its first 4K digital camera just yet. It has just announced a new firmware 1.3 upgrade available for owners. While the new software upgrades the camera's capabilities across both stills and video, a lot of the emphasis has been made on improving the quality of the camera's Full HD video recording.

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NVIDIA GRID calls dibs on 1080p60 game streaming

NVIDIA GRID calls dibs on 1080p60 game streaming

If some of the major companies in the gaming industry are to be believed, rentingstreaming games over the Internet is the future. Or at least the distant future. But while that type of business promises no downloads and no installs, it partly sacrifices quality on the altar of convenience. At least until today. NVIDIA is understandably proud to claim that it is the first in this part of the gaming industry, which admittedly doesn't have much key players yet, to offer game streaming in Full HD quality at smooth 60 fps rates on its GRID games on demand service.

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LG G Pad 8.3 detailed: LG returns to the tablet fold with Full HD

LG G Pad 8.3 detailed: LG returns to the tablet fold with Full HD

This week the folks at LG have announced the LG G Pad 8.3 tablet, the first tablet the company has announced for the market in several years. Remember the double-camera-toting 3D-capable T-Mobile LG G-Slate? Todays tablet device is delivering a whole new experience - bringing on an 8.3-inch display with Full HD resolution and hardware that's rather similar to that of the LG G2 smartphone. This tablet works with a massive 4600 mAh battery while it comes in at 216.8 x 126.5 x 8.3mm large and weighs 338g, with the company aiming to maintain its hero status with long-lasting device uptime and industry-leading hardware.

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LG G2 display detailed: 5.2 inches and near-borderless

LG G2 display detailed: 5.2 inches and near-borderless

The LG G2 is being delivered to the public this week at an event where LG has, first and foremost, made it clear that they're no to be beaten in the display department. With the LG G2, the user will be working with a 5.2-inch display working with "True FHD". What LG means when they say True FHD is a more "true" version of Full-HD at 1920 × 1080 than competing smartphones that work with Pentile technology.

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Philips Hue Ambilight support arrives alongside 60″ Elevation TV

Philips Hue Ambilight support arrives alongside 60″ Elevation TV

Philips has updated its Ambilight color-illumination system for TVs by integrating it with Hue wireless LED lightbulbs, spreading content-themed light effects around the room. The update - which comes with a new Ambilight+Hue app for iOS and Android, compatible with Ambilight TVs from 2011 onward - arrives alongside the Philips Elevation TV, a new ultra-slim 60-inch LCD TV with Ambilight "4-sided XL" for all-round colors.

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1080p Windows Phone 8 tipped imminent by Microsoft emulator

1080p Windows Phone 8 tipped imminent by Microsoft emulator

Windows Phone 8 could soon officially support 1080p displays if new support in the official Microsoft emulator for the Full HD resolution is any indication, increasing the competitiveness for high-end devices running the OS against Android. The support, spotted by developer Justin Angel buried in the Windows Phone 8 Visual Studio 8 emulator beta, is a new addition after Microsoft's BUILD 2013 developer event last week.

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Samsung GALAXY S 4 official

Samsung GALAXY S 4 official

Today the next generation of Samsung smartphone technology has been revealed in the Samsung GALAXY S 4. This device works with a lovely 5-inch display with Full HD resolution complete with Super AMOLED technology - the first combination of these two elements in the history of the world. With the GALAXY S 4 we've got a smartphone that's working with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean as well as the newest iteration of the company's own TouchWiz user interface - and the whole amalgamation works at a size that's both lighter and thinner than the Galaxy S III, too.

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Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook Full HD edition guns for MacBook Air

Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook Full HD edition guns for MacBook Air

This week the Dell XPS 13 has been re-introduced with a Full HD iteration, this version prompting the manufacturer to suggest that it's not just the MacBook Pro they're gunning for, it's the MacBook Air. This device has already been revealed and released in a 720p edition - we reviewed it right here on SlashGear, in fact - and here in 2013 the Dell team is showing off not just the Full HD version, but an XPS 13 Developer Edition as well, this time with the same display as the original (now called "standard display") but here based on Project Sputnik. And it's all about definition from here on in.

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Sony NEX-VG900 full-frame Handycam and NEX-VG30 camcorders debut

Sony NEX-VG900 full-frame Handycam and NEX-VG30 camcorders debut

Sony has revealed a pair of new Handycams, including the full-frame NEX-VG900 and its more compact APS-C NEX-VG30 sibling, for pro-videographers with a sub-$3k budget. The Sony NEX-VG900 packs a 24.3-megapixel Exmor sensor - the same resolution as the RX1 and roughly 40x the size of most consumer camcorder sensors - and grabs both 24-megapixel stills and 25p/24p progressive Full HD video as well as the option of 50p recording.

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Toshiba’s CAMILEO line getting three new full HD camcorders

Toshiba’s CAMILEO line getting three new full HD camcorders

Toshiba took some time at IFA 2012 today to announce three new cameras in its CAMILEO line of full HD camcorders. Sticking with the trend of the line, all three of these cameras can record video in 1080p resolution, and each one is geared toward a different subset of users. As you can see from the image below, there all quite small as well, which means that portability probably isn't going to be an issue.

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