12/02/2013, At this time, Full HD 1080p resolutions are still considered to be the standard, meaning that monitors typically support resolutions of 1920×1080, but with 4K UHD displays starting to enter the market, we wouldn’t be surprised if further down the road it becomes the new standard. While most of us don’t have use for 4K right now, there are some out there who do and it looks like Dell might […]
07/23/2013, ViewSonic intends to deliver a new range of displays for business customers, where these new displays would arrive in the form of the TD2740 and TD3240. The former would be a 27” display which targets both consumer and commercial markets, while it has a larger 32″ TD3240 that was specially designed for interactive digital signage applications. Thanks to the inclusion of 10-point projected capacitive touch technology, both of these Full […]
05/15/2013, Recon Instruments is launching this futuristic-looking heads-up display, which is integrated to sunglasses. The idea is pretty much the same as Google Glass: to deliver information in an integrated way and the sunglasses integration may be just a little bit more conspicuous at first. On a second look, it’s quite obvious that there are not ordinary sunglasses since the display element protrudes quite a bit. Still, this design may yield […]
01/06/2013, [CES 2013] The HP U160 is a USB powered notebook monitor that can be folded inside a very practical case which acts as a stand when unfolded. The thin, light and elegant body weighs only 3.4 pounds and is only 1.02 inches thick. The HP U160 looks like the perfect monitor to have when on-the-go, and during the briefing with HP, we thought that it could be a useful gadget […]
01/06/2013, [CES 2013] Lenovo does not only make great business machines, they have also branched out to deliver mobile touchscreen displays. Case in point, the Lenovo ThinkVision Mobile Touch that has arrived at CES 2013, where it is touted to be the first and slimmest touch mobile monitor from Lenovo. Forget about seeing this as a secondary display, the ThinkVision Mobile Touch is much more than that, boasting a 10-point touch […]
09/18/2012, Check out the MultiTaction Cell displays that were specially developed by MultiTouch, where it has gained the moniker as the world’s biggest multi-touch wall, and surely this will be part of a groundbreaking business communications facility. MultiTouch’s claim to fame is being the developer of the world’s first modular multi-touch LCD screen for large-scale displays, so their achievement that you can view in the video above is certainly a sight […]
08/27/2012, IFA 2012 in Berlin, Germany is definitely the place to be if you happen to be in Europe and have a love for all things new in the world of consumer electronics. Case in point, the LED squre display from Samsung which is said to deliver an innovative 1:1 ratio LED square display, going by the model number UD22B. Obviously, this LED square display is meant for commercial application, where […]
07/03/2012, This is rather interesting – who would have thought that the ‘world’s thinnest display‘ is actually a screen that is one huge soap bubble? According to the international team behind this particular transparent display, that’s who. Who knows, the future might see us normal folk actually watch films on soap bubbles, although I do wonder just how sensitive such displays will be to blowing air, and what happens when there […]
03/11/2012, We have covered Lumus See-through Wearable AR Display at CES, and the company showed a new optical engine at MWC, a super-sleek version that enables discreet see-through wearable display. The OE-31 can be now integrated in regular glasses, such as the sunglasses with embedded MP3 player in the picture below (the Lumus OE-31 display is mounted on the left side).
02/09/2012, E Ink recently announced its financial results and it looks like the screen technology isn’t doing too well, thanks to the surge of interest in tablets. Apparently the company’s revenue for January was only slightly above $48 million – 63% down year on year and 11% month on month, which is a pretty rapid decline. Despite that, the company is hopeful that its yearly results will show a 5% increase […]
01/09/2012, [CES 2012] Sony has shows its Crystal LED display prototype to the world for the first time. The 55-inch display has a native 1080p resolution, but what makes it so extraordinary is that it uses a combined 6 million of tiny individual LED lights. Why 6 million? A 1080p display has about 2M pixels (2,073,600 to be exact), and each pixel is composed of three sub-pixels (Red, Green and Blue). […]
01/09/2012, [CES 2012] To take full advantage of the increased consumption of digital content on mobile devices, Philips is coming to CES with a smart solution to offer in-car entertainment without the hassle to install a dedicated system with a proprietary interface. The two LCD displays are easily mounted to the back of the front headrests and plugged in an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch via a power/video cable. The device […]
12/20/2011, If you’re looking for a display that can play videos from your iOS device without the hassle of having to use an Apple TV or an additional HDMI output cable, AOC has got the product just for you. Called the AOC e2343Fi, this newly launched display comes with an iOS dock which you can simply plug in your iPhone or iPod touch to stream content from the phone onto it. […]
12/02/2011, If you’ve ever wondered what sort of materials can be used to create bendable screens in the future, some researchers over at the Kyoto University have got the answer for you. They recently discovered that chitin, a long-chain polymer that is the main component of crustacean exoskeletons, can be used to create flat panel displays, solar cells and bendy screens.