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Articles tagged with: monitor

Capacitive Touchscreen Vs Resistive Touchscreens

Most of us today have upgraded to gadgets with touch screens but have you ever wondered that what’s the difference between capacitive touch screens and resistive touch screens? These both are quite different.

The main reason they are different is the way they register the sensation of your finger.

First Ever Eye-Tracking 3D Monitor

Yesterday, LG uncovered the worlds first ever monitor (DX2000) operating eye-track technology to maintain an optimal 3D image from a range of viewing angles.

It is a rebellion in the 3D world. Although people are very slow to take up the 3D display because of high prices, a more grave reason is the high-tech 3D glasses.

The 20-inch D2000 monitor was developed as a fully efficient entertainment display competent of generating games, movies and images in all their levelheaded brilliance.

20″ Scratch Resistant And Fingerprint Resistant Monitor

Have you ever been bothered by a friend or family member touching your screen? I know I have. While it bothers me greatly to have fingerprints on my screen, not to mention scratches, I know a few people who don’t really care, especially since the fingerprints are hardly visible when the computer is turned on.

Thankfully, I-O Data has just revealed a 20″ widescreen monitor, dubbed the LCD-AD202XW-P which utilizes a hardened glass panel. The panel is specially designed to prevent fingerprint smudges and scratches on your shiny new screen, and while the white border makes it look a bit clinical, who cares if it means extra protection for your new technology?

Iiyama Rolls Out New ProLite Monitors

Iiyama Japan has just announced two new LED backlit ProLite monitors. The ProLite E2473HDS is a 24″ monitor, while the ProLite E2273HDS is a 21.5″ monitor. Both models come with Full HD resolution, a 1,000:1 static contrast ratio and a 5,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio.

Now these monitors will originally be sold exclusively through Japan, but as with all technology, we are likely to see similar spec’d hardware pop up all over the globe. The monitors each have a 5ms response time, making sure that there is minimal blur with moving objects on the screen.

Samsung’s TA950 And TA750 Coming Soon

Samsung’s got a beautiful, but asymmetrical display available, and I’ve never seen anything quite like it. The device is a 3D monitor/TV hybrid. Both the TA950 and the TA750 support a 1920 x 1080 Full HD with active 3D and 2D-to-3D upscaling. Each monitor is 27-inches and both feature Samsung’s Ultra Clear Panel technology which does a great job rendering 2D and 3D content without blurring.

Users will also get a TV tuner and standalone monitor support in the same screen which makes both SyncMaster sets a worthy replacement or addition to your current desktop configuration.

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.

LG Announces Razor Thin Laptops Coming Soon!

LG is shrinking the size of its usual notebook with the new release of the P430 and P530 notebooks, featuring Intel Sandy Bridge Core i processors. The proof is in the pudding with LG’s new Blade series notebooks, an ultra-thin solution to modern day computing. LG has come forth to say that these two razor thin models will be available for purchase later this month. As guessed, the P430 will be a 14-inch LCD notebook, measuring out to be 4.3mm thick. The P530 will have a 15.6-inch display with a 4.7mm thickness.

Sony Bloggie 3D- Get It While It’s Hot!

At the Consumer Electronics Show 2011, the Sony Bloggie 3D camera was revealed. The camera was designed to be in the price range of ordinary film shooters, at $249.99, users can shoot 3D videos at 1080p and take 3D still shots at 5MP. It has an Exmor-CMOS sensor that ensures you get the clearest shot, even in low light conditions. The camera can capture photos while you’re shooting video at the same time, which I think is the coolest feature. The camera comes with a 2.4″ 3D display that doesn’t require special 3D glasses to view.

Forget 3D. Go For A True 5D Experience

Sharp has just created a massive video room that is made up of 156 LCD screen displays at the 5D Miracle Tour in the Hui Ten Bosch Theme Park In Nagasaki. The room is made up of 156 units of the PN-V601 60-inch LCD monitor configured in five surfaces; a front wall, ceiling and floor (36 monitors each) and left and right walls (24 monitors each).

Acer Rolls Out 24″ Internet LCD Monitor

Acer has come forth with a new product called the DX241H web surf station. What does it do? It’s a 24-inch LCD monitor that comes with internet access. The suggested retail is 300 pounds, just about $500 USD. The price suggests that we are dealing with a netbook tech spec ordeal, enclosed within a 24-inch monitor. The machine runs on the Freescale i.MX51 system, an ARM Cortex A8 architecture and runs at 800MHz. No clue yet as to how much memory it has, but I think 1GB is a safe guess.