With the release of the Meizu MX3, the company once again aims high with their ability to create a high-end device that, at first, looks like it'd be able to compete with the finer solutions by the top manufacturers in the USA. What we've got here instead - in this current international edition of the device - is a machine that'll be able to compete with brands in China and surrounding markets with a look that's smooth, abilities that are quite nice, and Android 4.2-based Flyme OS 3.0 - read: rather unique.
Philips has updated its ErgoSensor display range, the company's LCD monitors which track user posture and can warn if the ergonomics aren't correct or if an eye-break is in order. The Philips 241P4QRYES is a 24-inch LCD display running at 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution, with 250 cd/m2 brightness and the ability to rotate between landscape and portrait orientations; however, it's the embedded ErgoSensor that really differentiates it.
Today the Motorola follow-up to the Moto X has been made official in the Moto G. This device works with a parred-down collection of specifications compared to the Moto X, bringing a lowered price-tag to match. The Moto G works with a 4.5-inch 720p LCD display, a 1.2GHz quad-core processor (Qualcomm Snapdragon 400) under the hood, and HSPA+ wireless connectivity. Connectivity on this device allows the device to be released internationally while the Moto X - inside the USA - works with 4G LTE.
This week the folks at Japan Display Inc. have unveiled their newest in super-sharp screen technology with a 5.4-inch WQHD TFT LCD Module. This piece of technology spreads 1440 x 2560 pixels across 5.4-inches of screen real-estate, making this panel roll out with a cool 543 pixels per inch (PPI). That's well and above the most dense panels on the market today.
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.
Sony may not be sure it can build its superlative-spawning OLED TV but its first - in fact the world's first - curved LED LCD TV has already gone up for pre-order, and so we stopped by to check the KDL-65S990A out at IFA. A living room dominating 65-inches, the Full HD set lacks Ultra HD resolution but does use Sony's TRILUMINOS and X-Reality PRO panel technology.
This week the folks at Sony have revealed the Sony NEX-5T, a next-generation camera aiming at users hoping to step up from compact DSCs and those wishing for a second camera not quite as massive as their DSLR. This device works with a 16.1 megapixel image sensor with ISO 25600 up front and a 180-degree tilting LCD display on its back. It also works with Wi-fi connectivity and NFC to connect with smartphones and tablets wirelessly.
This Summer T-Mobile will be kicking out its smallest - and least expensive - Android-powered 4G LTE smartphone with the LG Optimus F3. This device will be appearing with the same specifications as it has on other carriers both inside the USA and internationally, save some T-Mobile app additions and some simple T-Mobile branding on the smartphone's back. This device will be offered in black, and black alone.
This week HP is bringing on the full collection of workhorse-ready workstations for the public, hitting the image side of things with three high-powered Z Displays. These displays go by the names HP Z22i, Z23i, and Z24i, bringing with them maneuverability and power savings over their previous generation entries by a cool 26 percent. Each of them is specifically tuned to be top-notch in the sRGB color space as well, offering between 95 and 99 percent coverage as well as a wide spread of viewing angles for future-aimed workspaces.
LG Display has unveiled what it says is the "world's slimmest" full HD LCD panel for smartphones, which measures in at 5.2-inches and is aimed at reducing the overall thickness of handsets, as well as their weight. The company didn't state when the panel will be made available to handset makers, but we do have a gallery of it for you after the jump.