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MIRROR brings a gym to your home through a looking glass

MIRROR brings a gym to your home through a looking glass

We’ve seen not a few smart mirrors around the Internet lately. Some of them, like Samsung’s Mirror Display, are designed for business customers. Many come as DIY projects for the brave of heart. Few, however, were made for consumers and even fewer are designed to keep you healthy. A new startup named MIRROR is aiming to change that with its eponymous first product, a one-way smart mirror that takes away any excuse not to go to the gym by bringing the gym to you instead.

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Before Galaxy X: Samsung tipped sharing folding displays with Xiaomi, Oppo

Before Galaxy X: Samsung tipped sharing folding displays with Xiaomi, Oppo

Samsung was reported by Korean media this week to be working with multiple brands on bringing a folding display ecosystem to market along with its first folding-display phone. That phone was rumored to be called Samsung Galaxy X, and unlike when Samsung launched the Galaxy Note Edge, they're not taking any chances. This time they're working with Xiaomi, Oppo, and others for launch.

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MagicScroll rollable tablet gives folding screens a controversial form-factor

MagicScroll rollable tablet gives folding screens a controversial form-factor

Mobile devices with rollable displays are just around the corner, but one team is taking some fairly old-school inspiration for how a tablet could use the screen technology. The MagicScroll is the handiwork of Queen's University's Human Media Lab, combining a cutting-edge 7.5-inch flexible display with the form factor more akin to an ancient scroll.

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Acer’s wild Thronos gaming chair leads its IFA Predator and Nitro news

Acer’s wild Thronos gaming chair leads its IFA Predator and Nitro news

Acer's Predator and Nitro gaming ranges are getting some serious accessories at IFA 2018, with new monitors and even a full gaming chair, the Predator Thronos. Supporting up to three 27-inch displays on an overhead brace, the Predator Thronos gaming chair stands a full 1.5 meters high.

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Samsung’s newest QLED curved monitor serves up Thunderbolt 3

Samsung’s newest QLED curved monitor serves up Thunderbolt 3

Samsung may have brought a few new monitors to Gamescom last week, but that doesn't mean it's heading to IFA 2018 empty-handed. Indeed, the company is launching its new curved monitor in Berlin this week, and if you find yourself running out of screen real estate as you work on your projects, this definitely seems to be something to consider.

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Dell Gaming 24 and 27 monitors bring overclocked refresh rates, 4K and more

Dell Gaming 24 and 27 monitors bring overclocked refresh rates, 4K and more

Joining its updated Alienware PCs, Dell has introduced a pair of new gaming monitors, the Dell Monitor 24 and 27. The smaller of the two sports a Full HD resolution, while the larger has a full 4K panel. Both models are part of the new Dell G lineup, targeting gamers specifically with overclocked refresh rates, AMD FreeSync, and more.

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Galaxy Note 9 screen gets DisplayMate’s highest grade ever

Galaxy Note 9 screen gets DisplayMate’s highest grade ever

While there has been an obsession over screen cutouts, most smartphone wars are still waged in terms of camera features. But no matter how good your smartphone camera may be, you might think that it isn’t just because it isn’t being displayed correctly on the smartphone screen. That is why DisplayMate continues to emphasize that the display is the crown jewel of smartphones. And, not that surprising, it’s giving the crown of smartphone displays to the latest flagship to come our way: the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

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5 Ways Lenovo Smart Display is unique

5 Ways Lenovo Smart Display is unique

Lenovo Smart Display is a product looking for a market - just like the Amazon Echo Show. It rolls with the Google Assistant voice search and assistant service, and it has a big 10-inch display to deliver all the visual delights the user could ask for. But what's the big deal here? Why would someone want something like this when they didn't know it existed yesterday?

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Samsung X Nintendo gaming phone: In 2019 the time is right

Samsung X Nintendo gaming phone: In 2019 the time is right

How realistic is it that a Nintendo phone would be what Samsung is planning for their foldable Galaxy X? A few days of rumors suggest that there's a new Samsung Galaxy X on the way, that there might be a Galaxy F with foldable display, and that there's a gaming phone coming one way or another. The wires are crossed and the neurons are firing - let's talk about how possible it is that Samsung's working directly with Nintendo behind the scenes.

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Samsung’s unbreakable phone display: Watch the hammer hit it

Samsung’s unbreakable phone display: Watch the hammer hit it

This morning the folks at Samsung Display announced the certification of their new "Unbreakable Panel" by Underwriters Laboratories. "The fortified plastic window is especially suitable for portable electronic devices not only because of its unbreakable characteristics," said Hojung Kim, general manager of the Communication Team, Samsung Display Company, "but also because of its lightweight, transmissivity and hardness, which are all very similar to glass."

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Your new phone’s display was a waste of money

Your new phone’s display was a waste of money

Today I'm going to go over the reasons why the money spent on newly enlarged or otherwise differently-shaped displays is wasted. From the time the new display was made to the point at which it became a standard, in that timeframe. In that span of time, that extra bit of display that wasn't in the mix before - that's useless. It's akin to the black bars you see above and below your movie when you play it in "widescreen" format on your home TV.

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Samsung’s vast modular The Wall MicroLED display is getting a home version

Samsung’s vast modular The Wall MicroLED display is getting a home version

Samsung plans to make a consumer version of its vast The Wall display, a modular screen that can be expanded by adding more and more segments. Announced at CES 2018 back in January, The Wall was Samsung's big example of how MicroLED could change displays.

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