Displaying items by tag: LCD

Six days ahead of its launch, details of the OnePlus Nord, the next device from the well-known Chinese smartphone maker, have been revealed by its global director Carl Pei during a chat with popular American gadget reviewer Marques Brownlee aka mkhbd.

Published in Mobility

LG has held its annual Innofest event in Australia for the first time, showcasing its amazing range of connected home appliances, while focusing on the 2019 TVs and Sound Bars it is launching in Australia.

Published in Home Tech

Shipments of smaller HD LCD panels dropped and larger 4K UHD panels have increased, accounting for 20 million of the 60.16 million panels shipped in Q1, 2017.

Published in Entertainment

LG wowed audiences at the Consumer Electronics Show with a new 77” W7 “Picture-on-wall” using its latest OLED panel that is just 2.57mm thin and mounts flat to any wall using micro-thin magnetic brackets. The effect is like looking out a window and it received the CES Best of Innovation award.

Published in Home Tech

We have TFT, LCD, IPS, LPTS, LED, AMOLED and hundreds more display acronyms. GOA or gate-on-array is the latest technology that enables thinner bezels and is driving panel prices down – but is it all good?

Published in Home Tech

Indium gallium zinc oxide (IGZO) is a semiconducting material, consisting of indium (In), gallium (Ga), zinc (Zn) and oxygen (O). IGZO thin-film transistor (TFT) is used in the TFT backplane of flat-panel displays (FPDs).

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 22 March 2016 15:45

LG says ’Escape to reality.'

LG may be betting the future on HDR, Dolby Vision, OLED - but it has a lot of LED TVs for every taste.

Published in Entertainment

2016 is expected to be the year of VR or virtual reality, if the buzz of CES is anything to go by, according to a top research company.

Published in Mobility

Sydney’s small businesses and residents are invited by Dell and TechCollect to recycle their various old computers and accessories on Saturday 26 September.

Published in Home Tech

LCD component supplier Sharp has announced a $2.3 billion dollar annual loss and laid of 10% of its global workforce.

Published in Listed Tech

Philips has launched a massively ultrawide 34-inch monitor, but unlike LG’s, it’s flat and not curved, which is a good reason why it’s $700 cheaper than LG’s RRP.

Starting today, ASUS offers a 'zero-bright-dot' warranty on its notebooks.

Published in Mobility

Always seeking to turn adversity into opportunity, Kogan has launched a new campaign in the midst of what the company dubs 'increasingly frugal retail conditions', promoting affordably priced and desirable digital technologies.

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 31 January 2011 17:33

Pioneer Kuro goes Elite, but not Down Under

Pioneer's Kuro plasma TV brand, which exited the global market in 2009 as was known as 'Elite' in the US, is coming back as a Sharp-manufactured LCD screen, not plasma, but won't be sold in Australia.

Published in Home Tech

Panasonic announced a new assault on the Plasma, LED LCD and LCD market today including internet connected models to  bring integrated Skype, Twitter, You Tube, Facebook and Yahoo!7 PLUS7 content to the living room.

Published in Entertainment

Crafty and courageous consumer electronics competitor, Kogan Technologies, has bolstered the already bountiful range with a brand new bevvy of top tech beauties for 2010!

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 26 February 2010 11:42

Sony boldly births bounty of beaut BRAVIAs + 3D!

Sony has long been one of the world's signature technology companies, delivering products that are always distinctively 'Sony' - and the 2010 range of Bravias is no exception.
Published in Entertainment
Friday, 19 February 2010 14:17

Panasonic's 3DTV to be first to market this year?

Although Samsung had a 3DTV on the market in Australia a couple of years ago, a new crop of 3DTV's is racing to market following the success of 3D movies in cinemas, and despite calls from some over the safety 3D broadcasts watched on a regular basis, 3DTV will soon be coming to a screen near ye!
Published in Entertainment
Friday, 20 November 2009 02:41

Apple tablet delayed to late 2010?

The ongoing saga of the mythical Apple tablet doesn't seem to be getting any closer to reaching reality. The latest rumours suggest we won't see the device until the second half of 2010.

Published in Core Dump
Well look at that, a free PS3 offer looks to be proving popular for Sony, so much so that the company is tossing another 10,000 PS3 units upon the 25,000 given away with recent BRAVIA LCD TV purchases.

Published in Entertainment
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