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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: October 22, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: October 22, 2012

This morning we're gearing up for one gigantic week of releases, starting with a massive (yet mini) Apple event and ringing through the center with Windows 8's official release. Start your morning off right with Bill Gates discussing Windows 8 with the Surface tablets starting the party the right way. Have a peek at Apple's education strategy with the iPad mini as well - nothing has been confirmed as of yet, but it's looking more and more likely!

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Samsung ending LCD display relationship with Apple

Samsung ending LCD display relationship with Apple

Starting next year, Samsung will be pulling out of its relationship with Apple where the company provided LCD panels for various Apple products. An anonymous “senior Samsung source” cited that less profit due to Apple’s new supply pricing strategy was the main cause, but we're also suspecting that the past couple years of heated patent wars has probably also played a role in the decision.

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LG Nexus Prototype detailed in full

LG Nexus Prototype detailed in full

The next Nexus family device set to be released by Google and LG appears to have been revealed essentially top to bottom by a man with a prototype. This LG Nexus device being a prototype shown off by the Onliner lends quite a bit of detail as far as how this device will look and feel, but does not send out final details insomuch as it's working with software that's already out on the market and does not seem to be performing as it would have to in benchmark tests of several types. This review of the device release today is therefor a look at the ideation process behind Google and LG's collaboration.

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Acer TravelMate P243 notebook Review

Acer TravelMate P243 notebook Review

If you're in the market for a no-nonsense travel-ready notebook you can take with you on any business-related trip where data input, web browsing, and typing in general are your game, the Acer TravelMate P243 may be just the device you're looking for. This machine has proven itself to be both reliable and deceptively simple in the way it both looks and feels, bringing with it more power than you might ever need for a price you'll be well satisfied with. With features like a spill-resistant keyboard and a lovely 1366 x 768 pixel resolution ComfyView LCD, you might just find that this notebook is just the right combination of light computing in a relatively small package you need.

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Sharp 5-inch 1080p display eyes-on: You want this in your next phone

Sharp 5-inch 1080p display eyes-on: You want this in your next phone

Forget Retina display: Sharp's new 5-inch, 1080p LCD panels have come out to wow at CEATEC, and at 443ppi they already have us looking at our current phones with disappointment and disgust. Announced yesterday, and set to hit mass production imminently, the new smartphone screens also use advanced CG-Silicon technology to cut down on how many layers are involved in the display sandwich.

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ViewSonic trims bezels for new IPS LCDs

ViewSonic trims bezels for new IPS LCDs

Banning bezels is good for business, and ViewSonic has joined the waifish monitor club with the VX2370Smh-LED and VX2770Smh-LED displays. Offering Full HD resolution spread across 23- and 27-inches respectively, the new desktop pair clad their IPS panels in "ultra-thin" bezel gloss black frames which ViewSonic suggests makes them ideal for building a display wall of closely-abutted screens.

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ArduinoLCD for DIY mods breaks cover

ArduinoLCD for DIY mods breaks cover

If you really enjoy making your own projects using Arduino, EarthMake has a new product that you may appreciate. The device is called the ArduinoLCD and as the name implies it is an LCD screen designed to use in your DIY Arduino projects. The device has an all-in-one modular design with a 3.5-inch color LCD that supports touch control.

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LG brings screen smackdown to Samsung over Optimus G

LG brings screen smackdown to Samsung over Optimus G

LG has launched a pre-reveal attack on Samsung's favorite phone and tablet technology, AMOLED, hammering home the idea that its Optimus G display will be thinner, brighter, and more power-efficient. Announced last month, the Optimus G uses a new True HD IPS+ screen based on LCD not OLED technologies, and LG is keen to make clear why that's a specific advantage over Samsung's current Android flagship smartphone.

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LG IPS7 Series LCD IPS displays pack MHL for easy phone hookup

LG IPS7 Series LCD IPS displays pack MHL for easy phone hookup

LG has a pair of new LED IPS displays on offer, the IPS7 Series, promising high-quality graphics using technology borrowed from the company's big-screen TV range, though scaled to suit the average desk. The 27-inch LG IPS277L and its smaller 23-inch IPS237L sibling each eschew the mainstream TN panels common on external displays, as well as throwing in MHL-HDMI ports for easier connectivity with smartphones and tablets.

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Sharp and Hydis announce LCD license agreement

Sharp and Hydis announce LCD license agreement

There have been rumblings in the past that Hydis’ FFS LCD technology would make its way into certain tablets, and now the Korean manufacturer has signed a license agreement with Sharp that will see the two companies using each other's technology. The agreement will allow Sharp to make use of Hydis’ Fringe Field Switching LCD technology, which is similar to IPS technology but allows for higher brightness and a superior color gamut.

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