IFA 2012

Samsung Series 5 all-in-one PC brings Windows 8 to the kitchen

Samsung Series 5 all-in-one PC brings Windows 8 to the kitchen

With Windows 8 on the horizon, Samsung is wasting no time preparing for the touch-friendly Microsoft offering with not two, but three all-in-one units, the Series 5 selection here bringing on a lovely 21.5-inch display. The display on this machine has a sharp definition of 1920 x 1080 pixels and, like the other AIO units revealed today, brings 10 point capacitive touchscreen action for the next generation of computing. This unit is unique in Samsung's collection at IFA 2012 in that it's made specifically to work with the wireless keyboard and mouse it comes with - it all packs together so well!

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Samsung Series 7 AIO PCs sport 10-point touch Windows 8

Samsung Series 7 AIO PCs sport 10-point touch Windows 8

Two brand new all-in-one PCs have been revealed by Samsung for the masses of users looking to get in on Windows 8 with all-in-one power and 10-point multi-touch display action. There are two new models, the first of which has a 23.6-inch display, the other having a massive 27-inch display. Both devices have the same amount of pixels in their touchscreen display, Windows 8, and 10-point touch, but the architecture that backs them up is custom-fit to make sure each machine is its own beast.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 specs allegedly leak in full

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 specs allegedly leak in full

Samsung's Galaxy Note 2 phablet is believed to be only days from its official release, but a Korean newspaper claims to have jumped the gun on what, exactly, the stylus-toting handset will bring to the table. The Note 2 GT-N7100 will have a 5.5-inch 1280 x 720 display, so the Seoul Newspaper claims, along with 3G/4G connectivity and a 1.4GHz quadcore Exynos 4412 processor. Somewhat surprisingly, it's also tipped to arrive running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, not the older Ice Cream Sandwich.

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Samsung Galaxy Camera tipped for IFA: 16MP and Android 4.0

Samsung Galaxy Camera tipped for IFA: 16MP and Android 4.0

Samsung's IFA surprises could include an Android powered camera to rival Nikon's Coolpix S800c, the Samsung Galaxy Camera or Galaxy S Camera, according to pre-show gossip. The new snapper will have a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED display and run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, according to GSMArena's supposedly-reliable source, and feature a 16-megapixel sensor, 10x zoom and pop-up Xenon flash.

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LG TM2792 Personal TV packs WiDi, MHL and standalone web

LG TM2792 Personal TV packs WiDi, MHL and standalone web

LG has revealed its latest smart TV, the LG TM2792 Personal TV, a kitchen and bedroom scale set that doesn't stint on display performance or media streaming abilities. Measuring in at 27-inches, the Full HD TV uses an LED IPS panel for better quality video and 250 nits brightness, with 3D support and integrated WiFi Direct, WiDi and DLNA for streaming directly from notebooks or other devices.

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Samsung transparent and tiling screens go square

Samsung transparent and tiling screens go square

Samsung is hoping buyers see right through its intentions with its latest display, a transparent screen designed for advertising as well as creating huge multi-panel installations with minimal bezel gap. The Samsung UD22B measures in at 21.6-inches, but unlike most current screens uses a square 1:1 aspect ratio rather than traditional 4:3 or widescreen 16:9. That, along with a mere 5.5mm gap between screens when lined up, means a display wall you can simply tile into place.

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What the heck is IFA? (And why should I care?)

What the heck is IFA? (And why should I care?)

Stand by, tech hounds: gadgets incoming. Samsung, HTC and others are readying for the big tech show of Q3, Berlin's IFA, the European rival to CES and for those of us addicted to our grown-up toys, a chance to see the phones, tablets and smart TVs we'll be coveting over the next few months. Plenty to get excited about, then, particularly with IFA 2012 expected to be the biggest in the show's history. So, what's in store?

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You might want to skip the Galaxy Note 2

You might want to skip the Galaxy Note 2

This month we're hearing rumors upon rumors that Samsung will be releasing their second full iteration of the Galaxy Note line with a "2" model toting a massive 5.5-inch display - but you might want to go ahead and skip it. We've been using the Samsung Galaxy Note - the first one - since it was released, and are now working quite actively with both the Galaxy Note 10.1 (the tablet-sized version of the device line) as well as the Samsung Galaxy S III. As it turns out, there might not be a need for yet another Samsung display size.

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