It won’t be long before airlines start charging by the pound. Heck, you’re already docked a $90 fee if your bag’s weight exceeds 50 pounds. That’s why you might benefit greatly from this self-weighing luggage, displaying its weight in an easy-to-read LCD.
Simply pick up your bag, and its LCD screen tips you off if you’ve picked up one too many souvenirs on that shopping vacation. Nice idea — if it could prevent you from going over 50 pounds just once, it’ll almost pay for its $100 price. Now if they could just make it self-propelled, it would be ideal luggage
Digitimes is upto its leakage ways yet again. This time the sources reports of Toshiba looking to enter into the Tablet arena. The organization is believed to make an entry into the Tablet market with not one but two gadgets.
One of the gadgets will run the popular Android OS. The other one will run on Windows CE 7 and not Windows 7. But perhaps the most interesting part is this - the Windows based Tablet sized PC will come with a dual LCD screen. Nvidia’s Tegra 2 will perform the processor duties for both the Tablets.
Compal Electronics will be responsible to ship the tablets [...]
Last week, we shared a video showing the claimed iPhone 4G display. Here comes another video which also shows the supposed LCD of the iPhone 4G aka iPhone HD.
In this iPhone 4G video, the LCD has been separated from its frame and the two components are shown side by side with the iPhone 3G’s components to show the difference between the two.
There’s a front facing camera hole and proximity sensor in the next gen iPhone frame. This makes these component much similar to that leaked by iResQ back in Feb.
Now it’ll be not too long to know more on the 4th gen iPhone because Apple is going [...]
The roll-out of 3D TV has begun in earnest and Samsung is hoping to capitalize on consumer interest by being first to market in several territories. The company’s 3D sets have been available in Korea for over a month, have recently appeared for sale in the U.S. and European markets, and yesterday Australian availability was announced for next week. So with consumers now actually able to grab the new tech off store shelves, we thought it was time to give a brief summary of what Samsung has on offer.
Take Your Pic of Screen Technologies
Samsung seems to be subscribing to the old saying [...]
Other than the S Series S401 and S461 LCD displays, NEC Display Solutions also introduced its new V series 32-inch V321 LCD display. NEC V321 HD LCD display comes with high value for money and is designed for customers with robust runtimes in restaurants, corporate lobbies and conference rooms.
NEC V321 LCD display features a 32-inch HD screen with 1366X768 pixels of resolution and comes with 450 cd/m2 brightness and 3000:1 contrast ratio. Other specifications of the NEC V321 display includes Picture in Picture (PIP) and Picture On Picture (POP) modes and advanced cooling fan-based technology. [...]
Ever worry about scratching your camera’s LCD screen when you slide it in your pocket? Do you wish it simply fit better in your pocket, besides? Well, Korean designers Sun ho Sin and Jeong eun Park have rethought the shape of the digital camera to alleviate those LCD worries, adopting a clamshell form factor that’ll better protect your display from wear and tear.
Called the Zero Angle, you can see how it works in the image above: all folded up, your LCD is snug against the front of your camera, mounted on a tray that swings around to the back, where you can view the screen. Thanks [...]
The TX-P42S20 is one of Panasonic’s first Freeview HD plasma TVs to launch in the UK this year.
Panasonic’s 2009 plasma TV range felt like a classic case of two halves, to be honest. In the good half, we found screens using Panasonic’s NeoPDP technology to mostly excellent effect, boosting brightness, colour response and energy efficiency.
In the rather average half were screens that essentially just offered tweaked versions of Panasonic’s older plasma screen technology.
The S10 series belonged in the latter, average half. It wasn’t actually Panasonic’s entry-level [...]
While LCD has its place in the projection world, and many dedicated followers, I’ve long felt that its inherent weakness – black level response – makes it a problematic technology to use at the higher end of the market. Epson, though, is having none of this.
Its flagship EH-TW5500 costs the best part of four grand, putting it in the same price ball-park as JVC’s HD550 custom install D-ILA projector. Ouch.
The TW5500′s build quality is suitably luxurious, with its heavy-duty matt-black finish and no-nonsense shape combining practicality (it won’t stand out in a darkened [...]
It’s no surprise that the Toshiba 32RV635 is one of the more affordable LCD TVs, though it’s far from the cheapest set in Toshiba’s current range. This means that it has a number of unexpected features compared to similarly priced rivals.
For starters, the LCD panel boasts a Full HD resolution and there are an impressive four HDMI inputs, which should be enough for any HD gadget lover. Further connections include a USB port for displaying digital snaps and a hook-up for your PC alongside all the usual suspects.
Most impressive of all, however, is the video processing that quietly [...]
Let’s take another step toward the wireless future with this Warpia Easy Dock universal docking station from Source R&D. Plunk down your $150, and you can use your desktop keyboard, mouse and LCD display with your Mac or PC laptop — no wires required.
Sound too good to be true? Of course, there are limitations, such as 1,400 x 1,050 resolution, not quite up to the full rez of most LCD displays these days.
Still, this is a good start. If they can just bring that resolution up to 1,920 x 1,200, this setup could let you park that laptop up to 30 feet away and go to town, just like [...]