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T-Mobile Declares My Touch 4G Camera To Be The Most Advanced

HTC recently released its most impressive and amazing T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Slide Android Smartphone which has extraordinary camera with features never experienced in any Smartphone Cameras before. HTC claims it’s camera to be the most Advanced Smartphone camera ever built.

The Camera has an excellent solution to Night Vision and Low-Light Captures. It manages to adjust its contrast and brightness automatically according to the light for users to experience best photos they can get.

Foldable Touchscreen Display By Samsung

Earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show 2011, Samsung showed us an amazing AMOLED 4.5-inch and 19-inch transparent display. Although neither is set to enter the market in the near future, the innovation inspired further research. A new prototype foldable display has been created at Samsung’s Advanced Institute of Technology.

The technology contains two panels with a closing radius of only 1mm allowing them to be very close to each other when they are closed and do not appear creased when opened. Beginners luck?

Hot Deal: 24″ Acer Flatscreen For $159

Looking for a new screen? Check out Newegg’s deal for a massive 24″ Acer 5ms Full HD WideScreen LCD Monitor. The gargantuan monitor has a brightness rating of 300 cd/m2, displays 16.7 million colors, and has a recommended resolution of 1920 x 1080. It’s an Energy Star model so you can rest easy knowing that the monitor only consumes 30 watts of electricity while on, 1.2 watts when sleeping and less than a watt when it is off. Acer’s G245HBd comes only in black but comes with a 3 year parts and labor warranty.

Light Up Your Computer For Under $15

Many of us are on our computers for extended periods of time. PC Gamers fall into this category. I sometimes find myself playing for hours in a row. Now, gamers around the world can make their home setup just a little bit cooler with Antec’s new Soundscience Halo 6 LED bias lighting kit. The company states that this type of backlighting which is also used on some models of HDTV, helps reduce eye strain, lessen “image contamination” due to glare, and increases image clarity by creating a “halo” of white backlight behind computers.

Hitachi Unveils World’s Smallest Short-Focus Projector

Hitachi has announced today that the company will be adding two new members to the current short-focus projector lineup. The two new models, the CP-A300NJ and the CP-AW250NJ, represent Hitachi’s solution to build the world’s smallest and lightest short-focus projectors. Both devices weigh just over eight pounds and measure out to be W345×H85×D303mm.

The company claims that the CP-A300NJ can produce 80-inch pictures from 23cm away, and the CP-AW250NJ can produce the same massive image just 26cm away. The CP-A300NJ produces a 1024 x 768 resolution image with a brightness rating of 3,000 lumens.

OLED Displays Are Now 2x More Efficient

Researchers from the University of Toronto have developed a special technique that produces OLED devices that will encourage consumers to adopt OLED technology embedded within flat-panel displays and through various lighting technologies.

The process requires the production of a one-atom thick sheet of chlorine onto the surface of indium tin oxide material. The layer of chlorine is applied to the surface with an ultra violet assisted process that negates the need for chlorine gas. The indium tin oxide is used as the electrode material that is currently found in flat panel displays. The outcome of this engineering process would be a more efficient and less costly OLED device.

Toshiba’s USB-Powered Mobile Monitor

Toshiba has released a statement that they have launched a USB-powered LCD monitor aimed at on-the-go users. This monitor will be ideal to carry around as a second monitor for a laptop or even be used as a desktop replacement screen without having to carry around your big and bulky monitor. The 14 inch LCD will weigh just under three pounds and be less than an inch thick. It will run on a single USB cable to channel both video and power concurrently. Although the portable monitor can also be used for students and professionals who need to make presentations, we still think a projection screen is best. The monitor will come with…