Playing games on the PC is definitely one of the more enjoyable ways to pass the time, thanks to the wide variety of PC-only titles and the introduction of extremely powerful hardware specially dsigned for such purposes. That being said, if something is worth doing, then it is definitely worth overdoing as well, and gaming
If you have not heard about the tough Gorilla Glass manufactured by Corning, it is an unscratchable, unshatterable glass that is used as a protective window for your gadgets. Now, Japan-based Asahi Glass has a new super tough glass called Dragontrail that is aiming to steal some of Corning’s market. More details inside.
No, this is not a joke. Apparently, a Japanese company known as Green House has recently announced a new eco-friendly monitor that is definitely going to have a significant impact on one’s monthly electrical bills. With USB-powered monitors such as this one here, who needs messy power cables and dedicated power outlets anymore?
People and analysts may say a lot of things about the rapid advancement of technology, but it cannot mask the fact that there will also be a place for old technological standards in everybody’s hearts. And clearly, BenQ intends to appeal to that special fondness people have for older standards: the Taiwanese OEM has announced
Tokyo-based GREEN HOUSE CO., LTD is preparing its new LED-backlit 15.6″ USB monitor (GH-USD16K) for release.
Sony has launched their new MicroVault Tiny USB flash drive, designed for the stylish users. On top of that, the company has also announced their new WUXGA HD projectors, VPL-FH500L and VPL-FH30, which boast amazing image quality.
Korean manufacturer Samsung also had a few announcements at CES 2011 which include their new Blu-ray player and set-top box, and their partnership with Adobe to bring Adobe Air to the TVs.
The prototype device resembles a pair of futuristic glasses with blue LED light illuminating the front and side of the glasses similar to the device Cyclops wears. The device utilises two OLED displays, one for each eye, transmitting 720P video to each display. The prototype also features a virtual 5.1 surround audio system. There is
At the Consumer Electronics Show 2011, Korean manufacturer LG will showcase their glasses-free 3D for mobile devices, the new Optimus Black smartphone running Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), and three elegant laptops – LG P210, LG P420 and LG A520.
With this LG Smart TV Upgrader (ST600) set-top box, you can easily transform your normal regular TV into a “Smart” TV. Through an Internet connection, the ST600 allows you to access premium content from global providers, as well as LG Apps that are designed for TVs.
If you are looking for a new 3D TV for your living room, check out the new offerings from Philips. The company has recently announced their new full HD 3D TVs, including the world’s first cinema proportioned 21:9 aspect ratio 58PFL9955H, which are able to provide immersive 3D movie viewing experience at the comfort of your own
LG has announced their new LED monitor, E90, which claims to be the company’s slimmest at 7.2mm depth. It sports a stylish external design and features LG Image Booster for enhanced image quality, especially from video streaming sites like YouTube. The E90 will be available this month in selected countries.
3D has existed for a long time, and with the advancement of technology, it has come to displays such as 3D TVs and projectors, laptops and cameras. And soon, 3D may be on your smartphone display too. At least one phone manufacturer plans to introduce it on their Android smartphone next year.
NVIDIA announced today the immediate availability of the NVIDIA NVS 300 Business Graphics Solution, a graphics processor designed for the enterprise that delivers exceptional visual fidelity across up to eight displays while consuming minimal power. With nearly 25 percent more efficient power utilisation, the NVS 300 graphics processor is designed for mission-critical applications ranging from
While other manufacturers are coming up with their Android tablets, ASUS sees more potential in the standalone ebook reader market. And the Taiwanese company has just introduced their Eee Reader DR900 which claims to be the world’s first 9-inch touchscreen ebook reader to date.
Today, Epson unveiled two new home entertainment projectors based on the company’s proprietary 3LCD technology – the Epson EH-R1000 and EH-R4000. The Epson EH-R4000 also claims to be the world’s first to achieve 1,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio.
TUL Corporation has announced a DVI adaptor to utilize AMD’s Eyefinity technology through mini DisplayPort outputs. The PowerColor Active Mini DisplayPort to Single-Link DVI-D adaptor allows multiple displays through DVI monitors, which allows for an ultra-wide field of view in games, in the most affordable way.
Today, Sony Singapore introduced their new VPL-VW90ES 3D home theatre projector, designed to offer superb 3D cinematic visual experience at the comfort of your living room. VR-Zone brings you the coverage.
Earlier this week, Barnes & Noble announced their Nook Kids digital collection for children. And it seems like the book seller has also unveiled the new Nook Color touchscreen ebook reader for the consumers. It features a 7-inch color display, which stands out from devices using the black-and-white e-ink display.
LED production value is projected to reach US$8.25 billion in 2010, up 55.6% from a year ago on the rapid growth of the LED TV segment. LED TV shipments in 2010 are estimated to increase 10-fold on year from 2009 to 37.2 million units.