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Hisense 110-inch 4K LED TV offers 120 Hz refresh rate

Hisense 110-inch 4K LED TV offers 120 Hz refresh rate

Second-tier TV manufacturer Hisense is on hand at IFA 2013 and it's showing off its massive 110-inch 4K LED backlit TV. This appears to be the same TV that was shown off at CES 2013 earlier this year. Hisense isn't making that big a deal out of the TV and possibly more interesting than the 110-inch version is that 65-inch and 84-inch versions were tipped during CES.

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Verizon Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear pricing leaked

Verizon Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear pricing leaked

Unlike AT&T and T-Mobile, who have practically already shown their hand regarding Samsung's newly unveiled Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear, Verizon has relatively been silent regarding its pricing plans. But a leaked internal document might just give us a clue as to what Big Red has in store for its customers waiting to get their hands on the devices.

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Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid hands-on: Android/desktop dual-wielding

Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid hands-on: Android/desktop dual-wielding

With the Wacom Ciniq Companion Hybrid you've got one of two new drawing tablets made by the company to take the art to a new level. While the non-Hybrid version runs full Windows 8, this iteration utilizes Android for mobile greatness and full Mac OS and PC compatibility for all the stylus illustration work you could ever want. This tablet takes on a form quite similar to the Cintiq 13HD, coming here instead with a software experience that's entirely unique.

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PocketBook e-paper Samsung Galaxy S 4 ereader case hands-on

PocketBook e-paper Samsung Galaxy S 4 ereader case hands-on

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.

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