Displays

LG Display ready to intro thinnest LCD panel

December 21, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you thought you have already seen your favorite soap on the thinnest LCD screen, think again. For, LG Display has unveiled a stunner that is the thinnest of them all. Just 0.1 inch thick, the 42 inch panel is set to redefine the way people watch the telly.

Philips e-skin turns displays into energy efficient, thin digital canvases

December 14, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Even as e-paper technology is catching up, Dutch major Philips Electronics has gone a step ahead and developed what it calls the e-skin. Aimed at transforming displays into energy-efficient digital canvases, Philips has made the thin, light surfaces for displays on small devices such as MP3 players or cell phones initially.

Philips 40PFL9704 and 46PFL9704 LED Pro HDTVs Readied in the UK

November 21, 2009, By Alex Ion

British customers should know that Philips has taken the wraps off two new 9704 LED Pro Line TVs. Expected to debut in the UK anytime soon, both the new 40-inch Philips 40PFL9704 and the 46-inch Philips 46PFL9704 feature the company’s next generation LED backlight technology (LED Pro), deliver an improved contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1, a […]

Dell announces SX2210T multitouch-capable touchscreen display in Japan

October 22, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Dell in Japan has lifted the wraps off its new SX2210T multitouch-capable touchscreen display. Priced at priced at 44,509 yen, which translates into around $488, the Dell SX2210T looks a bit higher-priced that HP’s multitouch monitor which almost similar.

Asus Designo MS monitor captivates with its good looks

October 21, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Wafer-thin is what the new Asus Designo MS monitor is. Though it has taken quite a while to come by, it seems Asus has given us what we were waiting for. The official images put out by Asus say the 16mm thin Designo MS monitor has all in it to be a piece to be […]

Microsoft Courier Tablet-like Device Is Real! Really?

September 23, 2009, By Alex Ion

Microsoft Courier is a tablet-like device that the company has been secretly working on. Already in the late prototype stage of development, Microsoft will take on the Apple Tablet  and the Crunchpad with their new Courier booklet which is expected to actually hit the market, in the near future.

LG Introduces Wireless HDTVs [LG LH85 series and LG 55LHX]

September 11, 2009, By Atul Roach

The botch of wires with those High Definitions is somewhat of a botheration and no matter how quality the viewership you get, those wires always tend to disturb you. LG has come with a solution for those wires by eliminating them from the very core and substituting them with a wireless transmitter box. The LG […]

Packard Bell Viseo 200T Touch Edition Monitor Announced

September 10, 2009, By Atul Roach

Packard Bell may not be a familiar name for you and hence doubting the technology behind the products bearing the Packard Bell moniker is no folly. The fact that Packard Bell is a subsidiary of Acer lends the electronics manufacturer a lot of repute and therefore you can trust the products without doubt. The latest […]

Sony Rolls out the Latest Sony ZX5 BRAVIA LED HDTV Series [46 and 52-inch 1080P Options]

September 7, 2009, By Atul Roach

Sony keeps getting better and better with its BRAVIA LED HDTVs and this time around the attempt was to get even slimmer with its just announced Sony ZX5 series. The latest range of LED HDTVs is about sheer quality and its presence is felt with ‘touches’ like 240Hz of Flow Motion, Integrated Wireless Streaming and […]

Sony Readying a 3D TV!

September 2, 2009, By Atul Roach

The gossip hounds are at it again and if they are to be believed, Sony will make a formal announcement today regarding its future 3D TV line-up. You read it right, Sony is getting a whole lineage of 3D TVs ready for next year and this will be confirmed today in an official announcement from […]

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