Displays

LG Unveils Widescreen Monitor EA93 at IFA

September 1, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

LG is thinking big. And it is launching products that are unconventionally big to beat the competition. At this year’s IFA has unveiled a new 29-inch new EA93 monitor with an attractive 21:9 aspect ratio, which promises to give us that silver screen feeling. Along with the ‘Cinema Screen’ design, the 29-inch monitor gives high-quality […]

LG Display Ramps up Production, Hints at Imminent iPhone Launch

August 23, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Certain signs confirm an imminent iPhone launch well ahead an official announcement. One such sign has come from LG’s display making subsidiary, LG Display, which has clinched the majority of display panel orders from the Cupertino Company. The fact that the company has ramped up the production of displays this month points to an imminent […]

Video Ads on Restroom mirrors; Novo Kick Starts a Trend [Video]

June 8, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We are made to watch hundreds of ads everyday and while some of them tend to be catchy, some of them fail to attract the attention of even a single person a day. Thinking of places where ads will receive the attention they need, Novo Ad has come up with a unique solution. The company […]

Sharp New Gen IGZO LCD and OLED Panels with New Features Coming By 2012-End

June 1, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Earlier this year, Sharp had announced that it will be rolling out new generation LCD panels which use IGZO (Indium gallium zinc oxide) technology. The time has arrived for the new innovations to come under the limelight. The company will be showcasing its latest work in Boston at the Society for Information. It seems the […]

Apple Next Gen iPhone to be Taller than Predecessor [Video]

June 1, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Any piece of info related to Apple’s devices is big news. Since a week ago or so, there have been leaks of the next iPhone front panel, which indeed turned a few heads. It turns out that the new rumored iPhone will be taller than the previous one. How taller? Well, it will be 10 […]

Sony Storyteller in the Works; Will Aim to Promote Reading Habit among Kids

May 31, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Probably in the near future, you will be reading books on a big screen positioned meters away, all the while relaxing in your couch. Sony is on a mission to make this happen. Maybe we are overstating it, but Sony’s alleged plan for digital books on the Play Station Store gives us much to think […]

LG 5-Inch Full HD LCD AH-IPS Panel Touts Highest Res Display Till Date on a Smartphone

May 28, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As time moves on, the world of mobile gadgets develops minute by minute. However, this development is not even across the board when we look at different features of these devices. For instance, battery technology seems to be at a standstill while chip power and display quality improves day by day. To hold the line […]

Lumia 900 Hammer and Nail Test Proves the Strength of the Display of the Device (Video)

May 21, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Smartphones are expensive, cute devices. No matter what their manufacturers claim about the strength of the display of the device or its ability to survive accidental drops or pressure, you don’t dare to try it on your handset to find out if their claims have any nuggets of truth in them. However, here we have […]

Pimp Your Screen Wall Paper App Gets Retina Display Upgrade

May 18, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

One of the most popular wall paper applications among iOS users – Pimp Your Screen from Apalon – has been upgraded to be compatible with the Retina Display. Remember how all the hell broke loose with app developers when Apple suddenly came out with the ground breaking display on its new iPad? They had no […]

MacBook Pro with 15-Inch Retina Display Comes Expensive for Apple; Price Hike Likely

May 17, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As Apple is planning to bring the much hyped Retina Display to its popular line up – MacBook Pros – the tech world is anxiously waiting to watch how the Cupertino giant will manage the cost vs. price dynamics this time. According to analysts, Apple has to shell out at least $100 per unit of […]

Amazon Color E-Readers in the Works; 6 Million to be Shipped This Year

May 10, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

For people like me, it is hard to get through a day without reading at least a bit. But sometimes you just can’t carry your book everywhere, particularly if it’s 4 inches thick. And, when gadgets like smartphones, tablets and e-book readers are available, it would just be stupid to carry a book with you. […]

Apple Mulls Over Haptic Touch Displays in Future Devices; Patent Filing Reveals

May 4, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If Samsung’s favorite pastime is to file new trademark and brand name applications with the authorities, rival Apple is crazy about filing patent applications. Looks like there is no dearth of new ideas with Apple’s intellectual pool, going by the rate at which the iGiant is filing patent applications. The latest one in the series […]

AV Installations Becoming a Habit in Showrooms & Customer Minds

April 26, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Audio visual installations at corporate showrooms have lately turned into a fad. Companies are increasingly going towards a look and feel that accentuates their purpose and direction in order to build customers’ confidence. Step into any of the technology savvy showroom in your neighborhood and chances are that you get to see video walls that […]

HP Envy 15 On-Screen Display Utility to Solve Display Color Issues

April 26, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

HP was having some issues with one of its laptop models Envy 15. There were wide spread complaints among the users about the IPS display of the device not standing up to the mark when it came to colour reproduction and calibration. Most often, users complained that the red colors were more orange when compared […]

LG Flexible Plastic E-Ink Reader is Lighter, Thinner and Almost Unbreakable

April 12, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

E-ink readers almost replicate the reading experience on a hard bound black and white book. But if you belong to the tribe who folds books and stuffs them in pockets, you may not be able to get that feel with your e-ink reader. Moreover, if any unintentional pressure bends the reader, you find yourself with […]

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