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Hyundai IT W243S 24-inch 3D LCD Monitor

09/24/2010, Hyundai IT seems that it wants to get in on the 3D game too as the South Korean company has introduced its 24-inch 3D stereoscopic LCD monitor, the W243S. The monitor comes bundled with software that will allow you to convert standard 2D video content...

Dell UltraSharp U3011 30-inch Monitor Begins To Ship

09/17/2010, Dell has begun to offer its 30-inch U3011 IPS display, allowing users to enjoy a large 16:10 aspect ratio 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution display that offers a 178-degree viewing angle and 7ms response time. A pair of DVI-D ports, two HDMI inputs and a...

AiRScouter Futuristic Head-mounted Display

09/17/2010, When Apple called its new display the Retina Display, it hinted that the display was a high-resolution one, but the folks over at Brother have come up with something that might want to use that term too. We’re talking about the AiRScouter, which is...

Dell Thunder might not have OLED display after all but AMOLED

08/12/2010, Remember the Dell Thunder smartphone leak that was covered earlier this morning? It seems that we could very well have been sniffing on the wrong track, touting a 4.1″ OLED display when there is a very high possibility of it having an AMOLED display...

Samsung SyncMaster MD Series Monitors Offer Up To 6 Displays

08/10/2010, Think that one display isn’t good enough for whatever project you’re working on? Samsung is now selling its Eyefinity-enabled SyncMaster MD Series monitors in South Korea. The 23-inch MD230 monitor is available as a single monitor, or in a...

Video: Sony’s 360 Degree Autostereoscopic Display

07/19/2010, Sony has released a video demonstrating its interesting new 360 degree display technology. This autostereoscopic display is capable of projecting 360 individual slices of an image onto an array of special LEDs, which will give you the impression that...

Nemoptic’s Active Matrix Binem Display

07/13/2010, The folks over at Nemoptic have come up with a rather interesting tiny display dubbed the Binem Active Matrix E-paper display. This two-inch 170dpi display sports a 30ms refresh rate, fast enough for the display to handle video, and it’s also...

Liquavista displays look great in direct sunlight

06/24/2010, Most colored displays that you see these days look and work great indoors, but bring it outside and you will find that the display’s colors will most probably look washed out. Not so with Liquavista’s range of color and monochrome screens,...

Newer EVO 4Gs Have Inferior Displays?

06/24/2010, If you’re looking to pick up an HTC EVO 4G from Sprint, you might be a little disappointed to hear that reports are going around that there are different batches of the device, and they use displays from different suppliers. When compared side by...

I-O Data LCD-MF231XWR 23-inch Full HD LCD Display

06/16/2010, Folks over in Japan who are looking for a large 23-inch display might want to take note that I-O Data has just announced its latest LCD, the LCD-MF231XW, a 23-inch backlit display. It’s scheduled to be released this July, and will set you back...

E Ink prototype display offers crisper, brighter color

06/01/2010, E Ink decided to take full advantage of the recently concluded SID 2010 conference by showing off a slew of prototype displays that offer crisper and brighter colors, although it still won’t hit the full gamut of colors. This is made possible by...

Microscope Confirms The iPhone 4G Offers 960 x 640 Pixel Resolution

05/30/2010, Rumors have been going around for some time that the upcoming iPhone 4G would sport a higher resolution display, possibly one with a 960 x 640 resolution. Now it seems that some folks over in the Czech Republic have managed to do some detective work, and...

HP Working On A Flexible Dick Tracy Watch Computer For US Troops

05/20/2010, HP is certainly no stranger to flexible displays or wrist-mounted displays, and now reports are in that the computing giant is busy working on a solar-powered watch for the US military that is based on such flexible display technology – dubbed the...