Asus has announced a new 24-inch LCD monitor promising impressive color accuracy. The monitor uses next-generation AH-IPS technology for better performance. One of the big features of the screen is its color accuracy supporting 99% Adobe Wide Gamut RGB.
Eizo is a company that has been making high-end displays for computer users for a number of years. The company is particularly well known for its high-end LCDs that are designed for graphic designers and the medical industry. The company has announced a pair of new 17-inch LCD network monitors that have integrated LAN connectivity enabling them to connect to remote PCs.
Sharp has been in a financial rut for quite a while now, and if things don't go its way, it could wind up filing for bankruptcy. Many companies have rallied to save Sharp's financial back by making generous investments. Samsung invested about $111.5 million in Sharp to gain a 3% stake in the LCD panel manufacturer, and Qualcomm invested $120 million in order for Sharp to develop MEMS display technology for Qualcomm's subsidy, Pixtronix.
This week the folks at Acer have brought on a new H6 series of monitors, made to be the company's newest and best in both hardware quality and media delivery. These monitors come in two sizes: 21.5-inch and 23-inch, with Full 1080p HP IPS panels delivering viewing angles up to 178 degrees - hot stuff! These two new SKUs will be available immediately if not soon at retailer near you as well as online across the country - have a peek!
In less than a month we'll be seeing a brand new collection of devices prepared for the masses at Mobile World Congress 2013, and today's tip suggests that a Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (8-inch tablet) will be amongst them. With two sizes of Samsung Galaxy Note out on the market besides the first 10.1-inch tablet Note, it's not too much of a stretch to think Samsung wouldn't also bring on an 8-inch version of this S-Pen-toting lineup. This machine has today been connected to previous leaks of device codename GT-N5100, spoken about in the past as a 7 or 7.7-inch beast that's never seen the light of day.
Garmin is usually a name we associate with GPS and satellite navigation, but did you know that the company also competes in the pet sector? Strange as it may seem, it's true, and today the company announced two new series to add to its dog collar line up. Being introduced today are the BarkLimiter and Delta series of electronic dog collars, and they're aimed at helping owners train their dog with fewer headaches.
The Samsung SMART CAMERA environment has been upgrade this week to SMART CAMERA 2.0, not just software, but an ecosystem made to work with a set of five new models of Samsung cameras. Photography with the Samsung WB250F/WB200F, the WB800F, WB30F, DV150F and ST150F will be much more advanced than Samsung SMART CAMERA machines of the past with evolved functions such as AutoShare and Direct Link. The new flagship machine under this brand is the WB250F, a WB long-zoom shooter with a 14.2 megapixel BSI CMOS (WB250F) or CCD (WB200F) sensor as well as a fabulous 24mm lens.
LG Display has detailed its screen showing for CES 2013, spanning smartphone and tablet scale through to lounge-dominating behemoth panels, and most boasting high-resolution. At the mobile end of the scale, LG will kick off with a 4.7-inch panel with 1mm bezel, helping trim sizable smartphones down to hand-friendly scale, followed by a 5.5-inch Full HD "phablet" panel with huge 403ppi pixel density. There'll also be a 7-inch tablet display, running at 1920 x 1200 for 324ppi.
It would appear that the Polaroid camera spoken about earlier this week running Android with a mirrorless build and interchangeable lenses galore has been confirmed by none other than Polaroid CEO Scott Hardy. Speaking with Imaging Resource about the situation, Hardy made it perfectly clear that there will, indeed, be an Android Polaroid device at CES and that it wont be the same one they had before - this one will have interchangeable lenses: it's all so clear!
If you've ever wanted the best of both worlds on a mobile device (that being a LCD display and an e-ink display in one), your lucky day will come. A company known as Yota Devices will be launching what they call the YotaPhone, which features two 4.3-inch displays, one that's LCD and the other that's e-ink.