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Sol Computers Rolls Out Sunlight Readable USB Monitor

03/08/2013, Sol Computers has rolled out what could very well be an interesting addition to those who want more visual real estate on their travels – a sunlight readable 10” USB monitor with Pixel Qi display. It is definitely a boon to those who tend to do...

Sol Computer netbook is one tough cookie

04/29/2012, Netbooks are not in vogue, and have not been so for quite the longest time already, but apparently, this has not stopped Sol Computer from releasing their latest netbook that is based on the Intel Classmate PC design. Basically, that translates to the new...

Pixel Qi; Possible Competition to the New iPads Retina Display?

04/23/2012, Pixel Qi, the company which has not made much impact with its outdoor readable color displays with low power consumption has made an announcement with regards to its upcoming range of screens. The founder of the company which only about a dozen consumer...

Pixel Qi now on a dozen devices

04/02/2012, When it comes to displays on your consumer electronics devices, most of them do not fare too well outdoors, especially when they are used under bright sunlight. Well, perhaps with the help of Pixel Qi and their spanking new display solution which has made...

Sol Computers deliver netbook and tablet with Pixel Qi displays

09/13/2011, Pixel Qi has done some rather impressive work with their sunlight-friendly displays in the past, and said screens have already made their way to the offices of San Diego-based Sol Computers. According to Sol Computers, the company decided to settle on...

Pixel Qi shows off solar-powered tablets

06/06/2011, One of the caveats of using a tablet outdoors is its lack of visibility. At the moment, most tablets don’t fare very well when used in bright sunlight, bar the Notion Ink Adam which that makes use of Pixel Qi’s special screen that’s been...

Pixel Qi parades new display screens

05/31/2011, Pixel Qi has decided to ride on the tablet wave at Computex to introduce two more sizes of its displays that were specially optimized for tablets, where the 10″ flagship model will boast of an 1,280 x 800 resolution, making it sharper than ever...

Clover Systems ships SunBook with Pixel Qi display

01/30/2011, Clover Systems intends to carve a name for itself in the computing industry by shipping the first 10″ netbook in the world that comes with a Pixel Qi display, aptly known as the SunBook. No, it isn’t solar-powered by any means, but at least...

Pixel Qi and CPT announce manufacturing partnership

12/21/2010, Pixel Qi displays are well known for their impressive performance in the sunlight, but one of the issues attributed to this display is its scarcity. That might change in the future as Pixel Qi and CPT have announced a manufacturing partnership, confirming...

Mirasol Low-power Displays Delayed Till 2011

10/02/2010, We’re all looking forward to low-power color displays that are capable of looking good in direct sunlight, and thus most folks were waiting for the arrival of the Mirasol displays from Qualcomm, slated to arrive in 2010. There is a spot of bad news,...

Notion Ink Asks For User Feedback On Color Choices For Its Tablet

09/28/2010, Notion Ink’s Adam tablet is much publicized for its use of a Pixel Qi low-power, outdoor-readable display, though the device has been taking its own sweet time in order to arrive. With all the fuss about customization going around nowadays,...

Display Solutions offer d-screen Qi10

09/28/2010, Display Solutions of Pixel Qi fame has something new for the masses this time around – we’re talking about the d-screen Qi10, an external 10-inch Pixel Qi display which will be juiced via USB or get this, viewed over wireless USB interfaces....

Pixel Qi To Come Up With 7-inch Low-power Displays In 2011

09/19/2010, Pixel Qi fans should be quite happy to hear that the founder Mary Lou Jepsen has announced that the company is busy working on a 7-inch version of its low-power, dual-mode displays. While the shipping date for these displays is expected to be in the first...