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LG Cinema 3D DX2000 display uses eye-tracking for glasses-free 3D

LG Cinema 3D DX2000 display uses eye-tracking for glasses-free 3D

LG has outed its latest 3D monitor, the LG Cinema 3D DX2000, and like Toshiba's recent Qosmio F750 3D notebook it uses eye-tracking to offer glasses-free 3D images and video no matter from what angle you're looking at the screen. A webcam integrated into the bezel of the monitor tracks the viewer's eye position and then adjusts the parallax-barrier 3D display to suit, whether they're looking from the side, above or below.

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iPad 2 Touch Panels To Come From Chimei Innolux In June

iPad 2 Touch Panels To Come From Chimei Innolux In June

Despite the seeming abundance of iPad 2s in Apple Stores around the country thanks to the recent 2.0 revamp, the tablet is still struggling through supply issues. iPad 2 supplies around the globe have not been able to meet demand, with current ship times here in the states still at about one to two weeks. However, things may start to turn around as Apple works through its procurement process and adds new vendors.

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iPad 2 display reportedly leaks: thinner, lighter & smaller bezel

iPad 2 display reportedly leaks: thinner, lighter & smaller bezel

Pinch of salt time, but images purportedly showing Apple's second-generation iPad display have emerged, hot off the Chinese production line. According to 9 to 5 Mac and iFixYouri, the iPad 2 panel is both lighter and thinner than the existing LCD used in the first-gen iPad; that would certainly fit in with previous rumors.

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VGA dead by 2015 say Intel, AMD & PC/display makers

VGA dead by 2015 say Intel, AMD & PC/display makers

AMD, Dell, Intel, Lenovo, Samsung and LG Display have announced plans to discontinue VGA connectivity on their products, with the ageing legacy connector expected to disappear from their ranges by 2015. Instead, they'll turn to HDMI and DisplayPort, which they argue will allow for lower power consumption - meaning longer battery life on portable devices - together with better image quality.

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LG E2360V LED Display Review

LG E2360V LED Display Review

The new LG E2360V, the company would like us to believe, ticks not just one but three categories: it's a Full HD panel, for entertainment, it's fashionably slim, at just 12.9mm thick, and it's also got some decent environmental credentials too. Still, at around $300 it's not a cheap display, so how does the reality live up to the PR hype? Check out the SlashGear review after the cut.

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LG Display blur bezels with super-skinny TVs

LG Display blur bezels with super-skinny TVs

You can't have any aspirations to be cooler than a movie star if you don't have a wall of TVs, but panel-gaps as wide as cheap grouting tend to ruin the effect.  LG Display is offering what the company reckons are the smallest bezels around a 37-inch LCD panel: just 1.5mm on the side.

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LG IPS206T, IPS226V, IPS236V & IPS2321P Desktop Monitors Unveiled

LG IPS206T, IPS226V, IPS236V & IPS2321P Desktop Monitors Unveiled

IPS-based displays were made famous by Apple. The viewing angle, as well as the production of crisp colors was one of the reasons the iPad was such a big success. And now LG wants to get in on the IPS goodness. The company has just announced four brand new desktop monitors, all of which are equipped with the display technology. Three of them are designed for the house, while one is meant for the "pro" market.

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LG W63D display, CF3D projector & R590 laptop all pack 3D support

LG W63D display, CF3D projector & R590 laptop all pack 3D support

It's obviously 3D day today, because no sooner do ASUS push out a 3D-capable LCD display but LG get into the game with a trio of 3D toting hardware.  Like ASUS they've a monitor, the Full HD LG W63D, but then there's also the Full HD projector which we saw back in January, the LG CF3D, and a notebook, the LG R590.

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Samsung clinch $240m iPad display contract; 4th-gen iPhone using Samsung LCDs?

Samsung clinch $240m iPad display contract; 4th-gen iPhone using Samsung LCDs?

You know when might have been a good time to have bought Samsung stock?  Oh, a few hours ago; that way you could've reaped the rewards of what will probably be a healthy uptick as the market reacts to news that Apple have ordered a further 3m iPad displays from the company.  According to an unnamed industry executive speaking to The Korea Times, Samsung is now Apple's second supplier for 9.7-inch LCD panels - after LG Display Co. in a deal inked last year - with the agreement worth $240m.

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AUO 14-inch OLED production imminent; LG Display 40-inch AMOLED in 2012

AUO 14-inch OLED production imminent; LG Display 40-inch AMOLED in 2012

Could we soon be looking at large(ish) scale, reasonably priced OLED and AMOLED displays?  Probably not, at least when it comes to the pricing part, but both LG Display and AUO have announced mass production plans for their OLED and AMOLED panels, LG expecting to kick-start production in 2011 while AUO claims to be ready to start now.

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LG Display and Samsung Mobile show transparent OLEDs

LG Display and Samsung Mobile show transparent OLEDs

The actual benefits of transparent displays are yet to be explained - beyond the sheer cool factor, of course - but that isn't stopping manufacturers from announcing them.  Both LG Display and Samsung Mobile Display have been flaunting their respective transparent OLEDs, the former having a full 15-inch OLED panel ideal for notebooks, while the latter has a 2-inch OLED panel intended for cellphones.

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LG reveal 15-inch OLED TV to cost $2.5k-$3k

LG have confirmed that their 15-inch OLED TV will be priced at between $2,500 and $3,000 when it launches in Korea this November.  A senior executive from the company has told OLED-Info that, while the flat-panel’s final price is yet to be decided, it will be in the same bracket as the existing Sony XEL-1 OLED TV.

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